Midcentury Rosewood Sideboard by Robin Day c.1960

£3,500.00
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Web ID: 39494 - 14

H: 74.5cm W: 214cm D: 47.5cm

A midcentury sideboard designed by Robin Day made in rosewood with four doors, one with drawers behind and the others with shelving. Scratches and marks to the top. Wear to original finish.

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Designer Spotlight | Robin Day

Born in 1915, Robin Day became one of Britain's most acclaimed designers of the 20th Century, introducing materials such as plastic, plywood and steel into the home. In the 1930s Day studied at his local art school and later was accepted into the Royal College of Arts after a brief period working for a furniture factory. It was at the RCA that Day met his wife, fellow design enthusiast Lucienne Conradi, who was studying textile design. Day and Clive Latimer teamed up to participate in MoMAs international low cost furniture competition winning first prize with a multipurpose storage unit, it was this award that helped launch his name. In 1950 Day began working for Hille as a design consultant although he was never officially employed by the company he consulted as head of design for over two decades. At Hille Day designed the Hillestak Chair, 675 Chair and the Polypropylene Stacking Chair amongst many others. During the Festival of Britain in 1951 Day and his wife Lucienne showcased their work alongside one another, Robin designing most of the internal seating for the Royal Festival Hall and Lucienne designing a number of wallpapers and textiles. Throughout his career Day's objective remained designing comfortable and durable products that were created for a purpose ‘not just for the sake of producing something different or new.’ Day was awarded the OBE in 1983 for his contribution to design.

Image: A modular console table by Robin Day for Habitat

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