Impressive industrial bookcase model 663, wall unit or room divider designed by Wim Rietveld (1924-1985) son of Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, for Gispen Culemborg in 1954. A very nice modular wall unit that can be built by your own taste and needs. This is a free standing and closed unit so can be used as room divider as well. The combination of open and closed units make this unit like a painting by Mondriaan. This unit has very nice colored doors, original colors in yellow, green, black red and blue. A fantastic work of industrial art. This unit is very wanted at the moment because of its nice colors and it is easy to use. The unit is in a very good, clean and 100% original vintage condition with only some wear which is normal due to age and usage.
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Our strength lies in a consistent offer of high quality vintage furniture from all over the world. So, we are consistently looking for pieces to buy as well. We work with a large network of suppliers both private and b2b in order to keep the quality of our collection as high as possible. Variety is important as we serve customers all over the world. We buy all over in Europe and are always into something nice or special to buy. The condition is not of importance as we have our own atelier where we can repair almost everything.
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