Kurt Ostervig Linear Oak Sideboard
A rare and striking design from a Danish master.
Mid century furniture designer Kurt Østervig is one of the celebrated pioneers of Danish design. Østervig opened a design studio in 1947 and created highly coveted work for some of the best Danish cabinetmakers including Bernhard Pedersen & Son, Bramin, Sibast, and Vamo. His groundbreaking designs were exhibited in the Triennale di Milano in the 1950s and at a MoMA exhibition in the 1960s.
This highly refined sideboard for premium cabinetmaker Vamo Sønderborg is a love affair with the crisp clean line. While many Danish designers would soften their work with subtle curves and organic details this piece is defiantly sharp and linear. Østervig has created a memorable and coveted sideboard, proof of why he is considered one of Denmark's best designers.
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.Materials: Beautifully crafted from oak
Wood Finish: Our restoration team have professionally restored and refinished this sideboard
Construction: Joints are sturdy and solid. All checked and ready to go
Mechanisms: Drawers and cupboards smoothly