Designed for FORMA by Martin Eisler (1913-1977), an esteemed designer who was central to the Brazilian mid-century modern movement with contemporaries Oscar Niemyere, Joaquim Tenreiro, Jorge Zalszupin etc.
Four doors conceal adjustable shelves and three drawers. Supported by solid rosewood pedestal feet connected with a stretcher, the surfaces display well figured book-matched rosewood.
Also in the room: 'Looking Down Through Stand Wood' by Lindsey Hambleton. Click painting for more information.
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