Paul Evans Patchwork Copper Cabinet With Slate Top for Directional, 1967
Stunning copper clad cabinet by Paul Evans for Directional, produced in 1967. This incredible piece of design history is fabricated from patinated pieces of copper, brass, and pewter which have been welded and nailed in a patchwork style pattern resting on top of a patinated metal base. The 2 oversized round front door pulls are what sets this design apart from the rest – giving personality and character to this piece, almost to the point of personifying the cabinet. The top has been fitted with an inset slate stone and the two-door front opens to reveal a red lacquered interior which is divided into two with a shelf. The back is fully finished so feel free to float this in the middle of the room – there is no need to have to place it against a wall. The fusion of these exterior materials formulates an exemplary piece which would be a welcome addition to any design lovers collection. We also carry other Paul Evans designs, including Cityscape, Deep-Relief, and Sculpted Metal Collections. Contact us for more information. This eye-catching brutalist credenza would be a great addition as part of a classic, contemporary or mid-century modern living room, den, man (or woman!) cave, family room, office or bedroom. We have the matching coffee table to this, contact us for details. It would also be an apt choice in a corporate, retail or hospitality location such as a boutique hotel lobby, cocktail bar, members club, workspace studio, executive office or in a luxe clothing emporium. Also consider as a sideboard / buffet for a dining room. We have a matching Paul Evans dining table if you are interested, contact us for details.
- Depth: 21.0 Width: 42.0 Height: 30.5
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