Attributed to Willy Guhl Cubic Wardrobe in Pine and Red Lacquered Doors

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Attributed to Willy Guhl, cabinet, pine, wood fibre board Swiss, 1950s

Cubic wardrobe in a warm colored red. Wood fibre boards are attached to the frame in pine wood. The fibre surfaces are lacquered in a soft red. The combination of the well-chosen color with the natural wood frame results in a wonderful case piece.

This cabinet is attributed to Willy Guhl, a Swiss architect and designer (1915-2004). One of his most famous designs it the ‘Loop’ garden chair (1954) for the company Eternit. The ‘Loop’ chair was made out of a cement-fiber. With the ‘Loop’ chair, Guhl received the ‘Die Gute Form’ price in 1955.

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Product details

  • Attributed to Willy Guhl (Designer)
  • Condition Good
  • Date of Manufacture 1950s
  • Dimensions Height 162.5 cm Width 115 cm Depth 47 cm
  • Dimensions Height 63.98 in. Width 45.28 in. Depth 18.51 in.
  • Materials and Techniques Pine Wood
  • Period 1950-1959
  • Place of Origin Switzerland
  • Style Mid-Century Modern (of the period)