Created by a student of Chicago’s Institute of Design, this storage cabinet epitomizes the constructivist and neo-plastic principles of the school’s director, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy.
made in USA, c. 1950
material laminate, masonite, enameled steel, walnut, aluminum
size 64 w x 17 d x 31 ¾ h in
description Cabinet features two drawers and two sliding doors concealing storage.
condition Overall attractive, vintage appearance showing scattered scuffs and mars to wood surfaces. Metal elements under lowest shelf display heavy pitting. Light fading to laminate.