Self-supporting teak bookcase, by Vittorio Dassi, Italy, 50s

Item price

€ 5,200.00

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Item description

Mid-Century Italian freestanding cookcase by Vittorio Dassi, from the 1950s in teak wood. This bookcase is composed of three freestanding units, suitable to be moving and placed at will in the home, equipped with six shelves, two cabinets with doors, and one cabinet with two drawers. It's a versatile item that offers plenty of room for storage and that could be used in any interior decor, for the home as well as for office. It’s original of the 1950s, made in veneered teak wood and finished with brass details. Its conditions are good with slight signs of wear consistent with age and gentle use. Items designed and manufactured by Vittorio Dassi are always stylish and charming, and this teak wood collection must be added to his great successes. This object has been designed in cooperation with Edmondo Palutari, one of the main internal designers of Dassi Mobili Moderni. These bookcases, since 1950s, have had a great market sales success thanks to its aesthetic design mixed with gorgeous materials like warm teak wood, as well as for their functional mounting system, that works without the need to use tools and in total absence of screws. A 'unique selling proposition', reason why they were considered among the most innovative bookcases of the 1950s. This bookcase is illustrated in: Irene de Guttry and Maria Paola Maino, “Il mobile italiano degli anni Quaranta e Cinquanta” (Editori Laterza 1992), p.151. #madeinitaly

ID: 1812-1556354899-1393

Item details

Brown
Brown

Color

Wood
Metal

Material

Very good

Condition

Italian

Style

40-50

Time period

1

Quantity

Item sizes

205 cm

Height

252 cm

Width

40 cm

Depth

80 kg

Weight


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