Palle Suenson, Two Part Wall Cabinet
An extremely rare two-part wall hanging cabinet created by, Danish Architect, Palle Suenson in the 1940s. The upper cabinet is divided into three sections each with 2 adjustable interior tray shelves and tambour doors that roll up. Equally, the lower cabinet is divided into three sections with 2 adjustable interior tray shelves and tambour doors that roll down.
Each section locks individually with brass trimmed keyhole.
Made exclusively for the executive office at Aarhus Oil Factory A/S.
Denmark, circa 1940.
m a t e r i a l s
Teak, mahogany, brass
d i m e n s i o n s
Lower cabinet: 59 w x 27 h x 21.5 d
Upper cabinet: 59 w x 27 h x 17 d