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By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White
By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White
By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White
By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White
By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White
By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White
By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White
By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White
By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White

By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard- White

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By Lassen
Regular price
$1,049.00
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$895.00
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The modern designer By Lassen Frame 49 Sideboard-White is a versatile storage solution comprised of a modular square box that can be hung directly on the wall, or directly standing on a black steel frame.

Ideal for:

  • A night stand in your bedroom, or hung on the wall as a TV Unit.

  • A TV unit when mounted on the wall

  • A sideboard/console in your living and dining room areas

  • Storing shoes

Specs:

Product: Frame 49 Incl. door fitted

Design: Mogens Lassen 1943 / by Lassen 2013

Colour: White

Material: Melamine / mdf / lacquered steel

Assembly: Required for shelf

Dimensions: (width x depth x height)

Base Measurement: 49 x 42 x 28 cm

Frame Measurement: 49 x 42 x 49 cm

Frame Internal Measurements : 46 x 46 x 39 cm

Total Measurement - With Base: 49 x 42 x 77cm

Total Measurement - Without Base: 49 x 42 x 49 cm

When cleaning your Frame Box or Frame Tray, please make sure to clean it with a dry or slightly damp cloth only.

Do not use soap or excessive water.

Keep your Frame Box or Frame Tray away from high and low temperatures and extreme changes in humidity.

As wood veneer is a living material, it is liable to react when directly exposed to heat and moisture.

Please do not place your Frame box next to or in the flow of an airconditioning unit or heater as this may cause the veneer to crack.

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Architect Mogens Lassen (1901-1987) is among the greatest and most influential of Danish architects, a pioneer of Danish Functionalism, and is internationally renowned for his characteristic architecture.

Mogens Lassen was inspired by the German design school Bauhaus, and its geometric shapes recur often in his iconic designs.