Vintage Walnut credenza, dresser circa early 1960s. This absolute jewel remains in nearly pristine condition. The Brasilia line is a collection that was first presented at the world’s fair in Seattle in 1962, as a tribute to the design of Brazilian famed architect Oscar Niemeyer. One of the most celebrated and highly collectible lines on the American atomic era of design. The cabinet’s signature arches and pulls are molded after buildings design by Niemeyer for Brazil’s capital city. This unit features three deep spacious drawers on the right and a double cabinet door on the left opens to reveal plenty of storage space with one fixed shelf. The original brass colored signature Brasília hardware is in fantastic shape. One of the most beloved and collected lines of American furniture is the atomic age. It is easy to see why so many fall in love with Brasília. An exceedingly fine credenza/dresser, this piece has been very well taken care of over the years. Full matching bedroom set available (sold separately).
Condition Report: Original finish, exhibit little signs of wear, with typical scuffs, overall gorgeous surface condition. Construction is strong and sturdy.
Creator: Broyhill (Manufacturer) Oscar Niemeyer (Designer)
Of the Period: Mid Century Modern
Place of Origin: United States
Date of Manufacture: 1960s
Materials and Techniques: Walnut, Brass
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
Measurement: 54” Wide x 19” Deep x 31” Tall