BRASILIA Teak sideboard by V.B. Wilkins for G-plan
Sublime design that Victor Bramwell Wilkins created in 1967, for the Gplan line of the prestigious British label E. Gomme Ltd. It is model 4058, which originally came out as "G-Plan Scandinavian style" and a year later passed to belong to the Brasilia range of dining rooms, which followed the Scandinavian style so popular during that decade. Structure in teak wood, the front of the furniture is organized into four streets: in the central part a group of 4 drawers (the upper one with an upholstered and compartmentalized base) on the right, a bar cabinet with a folding door and on the left a double-door module that hides a large space with fixed shelf. The body stands on a frame of turned legs joined by an arched crossbar, the brand's unmistakable design.
It is in excellent structural and aesthetic condition, after being completely restored.
And remember: we attest that you are contemplating the most beautiful sideboard that Gplan designed throughout its famous history ;)
L: 206 cm H: 79 cm P: 46 cm