LARGE MID-CENTURY DESIGN TEAKWOOD CADOVIUS WALL UNIT, DENMARK, 1960S
Large teak wall system designed by Poul Cadovius, Denmark in the sixties. This modular system is dis-mountable and the shelves can be composed to your own taste. The separate cabinets and shelves are connected to the teak back wall by means of dowels. This elements seem to float because of this ‘invisible’ construction technic. For the purpose of using electricity for lighting or other devices there are made a couple of holes in the back wall, which are covered by the cabinets. The wall system is in a well preserved condition with minor wear consistent its age and use.
The complete system consists of the following elements:
1 lockable cabinet decided into 2 storage parts
1 lockable cabinet decided into 2 sections with iron dividers
1 lockable cabinet decided into 2 storage parts with 2 small drawers inside
1 chest of three drawers
Teakwood wall system. Designed by Poul Cadovius. Denmark. 1960s.
H 240 cm/94,5″ W 321 cm/126,4″ D 40 cm/15,7″