Understated sophistication, timeless aesthetics, and outstanding craftsmanship are the hallmarks of this statement display cabinet designed by Space Copenhagen. Inspired by antique Japanese furniture in both style and craft, this oak-veneered cabinet is elevated by two vertical legs, providing a lightness to its appearance and an understated elegance to its form. The frame secures a tall glass case, with three glass shelves, and two perfectly-aligned glass doors, completing the overall impression of lightness and transparency. Its very simplicity means the Private Vitrine can be used to store and display many types of possessions, from books to precious ornaments. Designed to fit seamlessly into a range different interior styles, the Private Vitrine fits perfectly with the other elements from the collection in the bedroom, lounge or kitchen – or even a hotel or spa lobby. Available in brown-black or light-stained finishes, its classic design, excellent workmanship and immense versatility and functionality ensure that the Private Vitrine will be cherished more and more over time.
The curators at Gubi make dwelling in the past look good. Their team of "treasure hunters" is on a mission to re-launch iconic designs from the 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, and today. That's over fifty years of eclectic, international, and groundbreaking mid-century modern design brought to the present.