Bookcase oak, Danish design, 60's, producer: Søborg, designer: Mogensen
Bookcase was made in the 1960's and was produced by the well-known Danish factory Søborg. It was designed by leading Danish designer Borge Møgensen.
The structure is covered with oak veneer. The legs are made of solid wood stained black. Surface after refreshing. Inside, the space is filled with a practical shelf with height adjustment. Bookcase has a practical solution of sliding glass doors, thanks to which we limit the need to leave a lot of free space in front of the furniture, at the same time not restricting the access to the interior. The bookcase is an ideal solution for a large collection of books to be used in a small living space. Additionally, it has a great function as a bookcase for collector's items. This type of bookcase is also often used by our buyers for a collection of vinyl plates.
Condition: Shelf surface after refreshing. Visible small scratches and small cavities that have been replenished. Larger traces of use are always shown in the pictures. Product prepared directly for use.
*For safety reasons, the transport furniture may have its legs unscrewed, the glass door pulled out and the shelf. Assembly should not be a problem. However, in case of any doubts, please contact us, we will send you an instructional video. Shelves with glass doors should also be well fixed to the wall for quick assembly pins.
Dimensions: height 82,5 cm | width 100 cm | depth 31,5 cm