- Material : Ash, MDF, Aluminium, Steel
- Dimensions: H: 61cm; W: 114cm; D: 42 cm
- Flat Pack (Tools Included)
- Delivery: 4 - 6 weeks
GREAT REASONS TO BUY THE Normann Copenhagen Kabino Sideboard
- The simple and versatile Kabino Sideboard has a visual elegance and soft warmth that looks great whether you place it in your living room, bedroom, hallway or dining room.
- The Kabino can also be used as a TV cabinet due to its built-in cable outlet and perforated holes, which make it possible to use a remote control even when the doors are closed.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE THIS SIDEBOARD/h3>
Designed by Simon Legald for Danish design company Normann Copenhagen the Kabino Sideboard is a simple and versatile piece of storage furniture that features two doors, one of which has perforated holes, giving it a visual elegance. The use of ash wood for the frame also softens the feel and adds warmth to this sideboards overall design. The Kabino is ideal as a sideboard in the living room, dining room, hallway or bedroom. Kabino is also suitable to be used as a TV cabinet due to the built-in cable outlet and the perforated holes, which make it possible to use a remote control even when the doors are closed.
”I like to work in the cross field between craftsmanship and industry. When you buy a modern sideboard it is often designed with pure craftsmanship or total industry in mind. With Kabino I have explored manufacturing methods and various combinations of material in order to give Kabino a little of both.” - Simon Legald
Construction: The Kabino sideboard comes flat packed and is assembled using the included manual and tools. Kabino is made of painted MDF with an ash frame mounted to its front. Two sliding doors are made of matt lacquered aluminum. 2 Kabinos can be stacked on top of eachother, if the legs are removed.
Cleaning Instructions: Clean with damp cloth.
Simon Legald graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in the summer of 2012. His work consists of both small- and large scale products. Simon’s designs are often created in a dialogue between craftsmanship and industry. He also likes to incorporate the techniques that are necessary for the structure of a product into the design by highlighting them visually.