Pastoe BB04 book /secretary cabinet 1950's
Designer: Cees Braakman
Depth : 30 cm
Height : 134,5 cm
Width: 88 cm
Secretaire / cabinet designed by the Dutch Cees Braakman for Pastoe in the fifties. The cabinet is part of the well know ‘Birch series’ (Berkenserie) and has – the now iconic – bent ply feet.
Really good vintage condition.
Stamped at the back: Pastoe + serie number.
BB04 boekenkast uit de Berkenserie van Pastoe, ontworpen in de jaren 50 door Cees Braakman met de kenmerkende lus-poten.
Materiaal berkenhout en berkenfineer.
Met secretaire opbergklep en opbergvak.
Zeer mooie vintage staat.
Gestempeld achteraan: Pastoe + serie nummer
Did you know?
Pastoe’s story began in 1913 in Utrecht, when German-Dutch businessman Frits Loeb (1889-1959) decided to produce chairs in a traditional cabinetmaking workshop to sell in his own shop. His atelier—named Utrechtsche Machinale Stoel-en Meubelfabrik (UMS) at the time—quickly grew and in 1917 moved into a large factory facility, manufacturing furniture for a range of retail outlets. In 1918, the factory was moved again to the Rotsoord area in Utrecht, where it is still located today. While the early furniture lines