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Louis van Teeffelen modular unit in teak

Louis van Teeffelen modular unit

Well detailed 1950s teak wooden wall unit by Dutch designer Louis Van Teeffelen. The modular unit can stand alone and contains 3 cabinets, 1 drawer/shelf unit, 8 shelves and 4 black wooden uprights. The teak wooden, high quality, veneered elements are in excellent condition, the uprights are in great vintage condition, with some light traces of use conform age. The brass rods slide in the upright and can be fixate on any height.

The system is completely modular, and the elements can be placed in any variation. The wall mounting plates for the uprights are included in this set. The larger cabinets have a 40 cm / 15.7 inch height. There are two different size (depths) of shelves: 22 cm/ 8.6 inch and 32 cm/ 12.6 inch. WéBé produced more Scandinavian inspired furniture, with organic lines and lighter, more transparent designs. One of the more iconic and detailed designs are these modular wall systems with the black uprights and the brass rods/ up-hangings.

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Een Pierre Elegante en fraai gedetailleerd wand systeem in teak van Louis van Teeffelen voor WeBe, jaren ’60. De unit heeft 9 planken, een plankje met lades, en drie kasten met opslagruimten. De staanders hebben lichte gebruikssporen, maar gezien de leeftijd in goede staat. De elementen kunnen op elke plek en elke hoogte geplaatst worden. De kast kan los tegen de wand geplaatst worden, we leveren echter ook wandbevestigingsplaatjes mee voor de staanders aan de muur, indien nodig.

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Specifications

 Louis van Teeffelen modular unit

Dimensions: W 256 x D 40 x H 200 cm
Quantity: as shown on photo
Condition:  very good
Flatland reference nr: K4029


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