OAK AND METAL SHELVING DISPLAY

DESIGN ERA: 1960IES

ORIGIN: NETHERLANDS

MEASUREMENTS: H 192, W 152, D 39 CM.

PRICE: ON REQUEST

Very heavy duty shelving display, made out of six heavy oak shelves and three massive iron stands, each 15 kilo! The metal stands have a rust-look coating, the oak shelves have a vintage patina. The rack needs to stand against a wall, so you can fix it using the 2 attachment points. It is possible to put the shelves on another height. The shelfs are made of solid, plain oak wood, and it is easy to create more shelves later on, if desired.
The striking graphic structure of this unit makes it a perfect addition for a wide range of interior styles, such as brutalism, mix-and-match-hollywood regency, industrial, antique and oriental.
Good condition, and when ordered, this item comes with an excellent packing and shipping service.

 

 

The term ‘Brutalism’ ( derives from the French word brut, meaning raw ) was coined to describe an architectural movement that emerged in the fifties of the 20th century. It has been adopted by the realms of art and design to refer to expressive, attention grabbing ‘naive’ creations made of rough, high relief materials that forms a contrast with the polished, smooth and sophisticated ( related artists are Paul Evans, Henrik Horst and Paul Kingma ).