DimensionsH 125 / W 125 / D 46,5
Edmondo Palutari Dassi Sideboard
This sideboard has been crafted with teak and brass detailing. The drop-leaf door on the right hand side allows the sideboard to also function as a secretaire. The versatile sideboard offers plenty of room for storage, and remains in a very good vintage condition. Edmondo Palutari worked internally at the Dassi Mobili Moderni (DMM) from the 1950s, designing a successful furniture line and establishing the company as one of the most important Italian cabinet makers.
Literature: Irene de Guttry und Maria Paola Maino, “Il mobile italiano degli anni Quaranta e Cinquanta” (Editori Laterza 1992), S.151 - “La Rivista dell’Arredamento”, März 1959 - “La Rivista dell’Arredamento”, April 1959