Private Side Table

By Space Copenhagen

Understated sophistication, timeless aesthetics, and outstanding craftsmanship are the hallmarks of the compact Private Side Table by Space Copenhagen. Inspired by antique Japanese furniture in both style and craft, this oak-veneered sideboard is elevated by two vertical legs, held together by a single horizontal beam, giving strength in structure and yet lightness in appearance. Available in brown/black or light-stained finishes, the body comprises two storage areas, one of these a soft-close drawer with antique brass finish handle, for more personal items. Designed to sit next to a bed, sofa or armchair, the Private Side Table fits perfectly with the other elements from the Private Collection in a range of interior styles. Classic design, excellent workmanship and immense versatility and functionality ensure that the Private Side Table will be cherished more and more over time.

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Item Number: 10083279

Simplicity and craftsmanship

 

Space Copenhagen looked to the simplicity and craftsmanship of antique Japanese furniture for inspiration, even incorporating visual hallmarks of Japanese wood joinery into the collection as a defining design detail.

THE PRIVATE COLLECTION

Playing with notions of public and private, visible and obscured, open and closed, the Private Collection by Space Copenhagen forms the most comprehensive line of storage and display furniture in the GUBI Collection.

 

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SPACE COPENHAGEN

 

The kinship between Space Copenhagen and GUBI is defined by a shared philosophy that combines a signature of elegant simplicity with a cosmopolitan international outlook. Prioritizing functionality and personality in design while focusing on a few effective details has resulted in a self-assured design universe that emphasizes a sense of spaciousness and identity paired with a nuanced understanding of materials and craftsmanship.

 

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RAISONNÈ 01

 

Carefully curated and intuitively iconic. That's been the spirit of GUBI since 1967. Rediscovering the heart of historical pieces and seeing how a contemporary vibe can help us write new chapters and find harmony in the eclectic.

 

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