Tomado bookcase – Adriaan Dekker
Article number 7494
Tomado bookcase, designed by Adriaan Dekker in the 50s. The style of the Tomado bookcase is in line with the Dutch art movement De Stijl. With sleek, clear black lines and cheerfully colored bookshelves in red, yellow and gray. This bookcase is a cheerful design statement in any environment. A living room, study or office. With this bookcase you bring a piece of Dutch Design into your home! By the way, this colored cabinet also looks good in a kitchen.
Adriaan Dekker’s work is also added to the collection of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Dekker is in co-operation with Cees Braakman, responsible for the wire chair. Look here on the museum’s website for more information.
Tomado is a Dutch company known for its high-quality household products and iconic bookcases. With a history dating back to the 1920s, Tomado is known for its functional and stylish designs that embody the essence of Dutch efficiency and craftsmanship.
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98 x 29 x 170 cm (lxdxh)
Designer Adriaan Dekker
Manufacturer Tomado, The Netherlands
Condition Good vintage condition; some lacquer damages