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FK 150 Sideboard

By Lange Production

£4,285.00

  • Description

    The FK 150 Sideboard was designed in 1968 and is today being produced at the same factory, on the same tools as back in the seventies.

    The sideboard is a perfect room divider as it is veneered on all surfaces on the outside as well as on the inside. It is made in an outstanding quality where the details speak for themselves.

  • Technical Info

    Dimensions:
    W:45 x L:150 x H:71cm

    Materials: Cabinet of veneer with frame in chrome-plated steel.

    The cabinet is available in dark oak with doors in dar oak, santos palisander with black doors and Olive wood with white doors.

    Smoked oak
    The characteristic feature of smoked oak are bright lines crossing the dark brown wood surface. An elaborate smoking process gives the oak its dark colour and rick and elegant appearance. The typical oak characteristics of fine age rings and expressive pore structure are maintained.

    Olive tree
    The olive tree is one of the oldest crops cultivated in the Old World and is wide-spread through the Mediterranean region. It is an extremely decorative wood. Its typical strong lines create beautiful effect on large surfaces. Because of the short and gnarly growth of the olive tree, veneer size of more than 1 meter are rare, traditionally this wood is also used in the making of art object.

    Santos Palisander
    Santos rosewood comes from South America and was originally meant to replace the endangered rio variety. Today this noble precious wood has consolidated its market position as decorative furniture wood. The varied grain making of Santos rosewood accentuate its unusual and playful colour.

  • Designer
    Jørgen Kastholm

    Jørgen Kastholm was born in Denmark. He initially trained and worked as an ornamental ironworker. He eventually decided to become an architect and interior designer,and attended the University of Fredensberg in Copenhagen until qualifying in 1958. Some years later he set up a design practice in partnership with Preben Fabricius. During the period, 1960 and onwards, they designed many furniture classics for Danish and German manufacturers, including models for Knoll in the USA. The duo's furniture design is often compared to the design of Poul Kjaerholm, who worked in the same materials. Jorgen Kastholm individually won many international design awards. In 1976 he was appointed Professor of the School of Furniture Design and Product Development at the University of Wuppertal in Dusseldof where he both lived and practiced as a design consultant.

    Preben Fabricius

    Preben Fabricius (1931-1984) served his apprenticeship as a cabinet maker with master joiner Niels Vodder in 1952, followed by a course at the School of Interior Design. On completing his studies he was employed by architect Ole Hagen. Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm met each other at the School of Interior design, subsequently formed a partnership and together founded an architect’s office in 1961. They specialised in designing furniture and single-family housing. Although they have individually created some interesting designs, it is in partnership that they have achieved their greatest successes. Their furniture is elegant, refined, and designed with an amazing sense of functionality, detail and quality.

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    • Dark Oak with dark oak doors
    • Olive with white doors
    • Santos Palisander with black doors

  • Delivery

    5-6 weeks
    Made to order item

£4,285.00
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