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Antoine Philippon, Jacqueline Lecoq

Pair of suspended cabinets

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This pair of suspended cabinets designed by Antoine Philippon & Jacqueline Lecoq in 1958 for the producer Bofinger is made of cherry wood and white laminate, with chromed discreet hinges.
This model of sideboards belongs to a range of furniture that has been prescribed by Philippon & Lecoq for the interior design of an apartment in 1960’s, also furnished with Charlotte Perriand’s pieces. Produced in 1958, this pieces of furniture are veneered with a beautiful Cherrywood both inside and outside.
There is no decoration. The two doors are in white laminate. Hinges are invisible and the grips are replaced by two simple slits at the edge of the door. This radicality is served by a great finish quality. The white mat laminate, very rare at that time enhances the abstract appearance of this piece of furniture. Both designers were seeking for the best quality of finish, and found in Germany the producer that was in compliance with their demanding level of requirements. These two sideboards are considered as the most radical in the world at that period. The thought that comes inevitably to mind is their resemblance with Donald Judd’s work in the 1960’s, and the conceptual art that was emerging at the same period of time.

Antoine Philippon, Jacqueline Lecoq


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    Beige, White

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    45.0 x 57.0 x 120.0 cm (17.7 x 22.4 x 47.2 in)

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