Pastoe NB01

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SOLD

Pastoe NBO1
night stand 
1951

Designer: Cees Braakman

Dutch design 

Beautiful night stand 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 plywood legs. 

Two drawers and a glass top. 

Really good vintage condition. 

  • Depth : 38 cm

  • Height : 57 cm 

  • Width:   50 cm

Prachtig nachtkastje ontworpen door de Nederlandse ontwerper Cees Braakman voor Pastoe in de vijftiger jaren.
Uit de bekende 'Birch series' (Berkenserie) en heeft - de inmiddels iconische - gebogen plywood poten. 

Twee lades en een glazen blad. 

Materiaal berkenhout en berkenfineer.

Zeer mooie vintage staat. 

 

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