Franco Albini for Poggi Cabinets in Teak
Franco Albini for Poggi, cabinets, model MB51, teak, Italy, circa 1957.
Well-designed pair of cabinets by Franco Albini for Poggi, which features a simplistic design with sharp lines. The corpus rests on sculptural legs that elevate the cabinet in a graceful manner. The characteristic handles are a nice detail to the reserved design which contribute to the radiance of the visual qualities of the wood. The interior is provided with a shelve which allows the user to store its personal belongings.
Born in 1905, Franco Albini (1905-1977) was an Italian Neo-Rationalist architect, designer, and university lecturer in design. He was noted for merging together modern furniture design with traditional Italian artisanship.
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