Atelier C. Demoyen Sideboard in Elm


Atelier C. Demoyen sideboard, elm, France, 1970s

Gorgeous and naturalistic sideboard designed by Atelier C. Demoyen in the 1970s. Made in elm wood, this piece casts a stunning and rich atmosphere because of the use of this warm wood type. With great practicality also included in this design, this sideboard is a wonderful choice to add to an interior. The sideboard displays multiple cabinets and drawers for keeping thing tidy and organized. The detailing of this piece is beautiful, for instance the partially recessed handles for opening and closing its doors and the stunning grain of the elm wood.

Atelier C. Demoyen (Claude de Moyen) gained prominence as a workshop recognized for crafting, among others, Pierre Chapo's designs. Consequently, their own furniture creations bear the hallmark of impeccable craftsmanship and the use of premium quality materials. Situated in a small French municipality of Moncel-lès-Lunéville, their operations commenced around 1976. Their body of work is distinguished by the primary utilization of solid wood, expertly constructed through intricate wood joinery techniques.

Please note that this piece is in good, used condition.

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Product Details

  • condition Good
  • date of manufacture 1970s
  • dimensions Height 37.41 in. Width 76.78 in. Depth 22.05 in.
  • dimensions Height 95 cm Width 195 cm Depth 56 cm
  • material Elm
  • origin France
  • period 1970-1979
  • style Post-Modern (Of the Period)
  • barcode 50114944