Brutalist credenza, mahogany, Europe, 1970s. Credenza with graphical door panels in stained oak. Five-door panels, each with a circular three-dimensional pattern. The continuous pattern gives this cabinet a strong expression. The sideboard is equipped with shelves and drawers. Brutalism is an architectural style started from the mid-20th century, aiming for raw, geometric and compromise-less buildings. Characterized by blatant concrete-skeletons with geometric patterns and Puritan materials. In decorative arts brutalism is highly represented in furniture design.
dimensions H 33.86 in. x W 108.27 in. x D 17.92 in.