Gianfranco Frattini sideboard with tambour doors for Bernini, Italy 1957

Rosewood sideboard with tambour doors designed by Gianfranco Frattini for Bernini, Italy, 1957. A beautifully designed midcentury modern sideboard with three vertical tambour doors. The sideboard is executed in a magnificent flamed and grained rosewood which adds a luxurious feel and warmth to the piece.
On the left side a chest of drawers with the oval shaped Frattini drawer handles, on the right side two shelves. Beautifully bent feet. The sideboard has been refinished with a UV- and water stain protective lacquer. In excellent condition.

Gianfranco Frattini (1926-2004) was an Italian designer and architect. Similarly to many other architects, Frattini became an interior and Industrial designer because he missed the specific furnishing for his buildings. Frattini was a very skilled woodworker and was a student of Gio Ponti. His style can be defined by its architectural structure and playful lines.

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DesignerGianfranco FrattiniManufacturerBerniniYear1957MaterialrosewoodMeasurementsH 74 cm x W 210 cm x D 53 cmQuantity1ConditionExcellentPriceSOLD

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