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Danish Teak Tambour 'Model 19' Sideboard by Johannes Andersen for Uldum Møbelfabrik

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£4,950.00

H: 83cm W: 245cm D: 51cn

A midcentury solid teak credenza designed by Johannes Andersen for Danish manufacturer Uldum Møbelfabrik, featuring ingenious sliding tambour doors with sculpted pull handles and two flanking cupboards with shelving and tray drawers behind.

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Designer Spotlight | Johannes Andersen

Johannes Andersen was a Danish midcentury furniture designer, born in Aarhus 1903. He designed and produced practical, space conserving/conscious, furniture made with grace and function. Typically his designs are crafted in luxury woods such as teak, mahogany and rosewood.

Like many Danish furniture designers Andersens career began with a cabinet maker's apprenticeship. He later went on to design furniture for CFC Silkeborg, Bramin and Trensum until he established his own workshop developing his own style - functional human centred design. Andersen was heavily inspired by nature and made furniture in organic shapes with flowing lines - often avoiding square and rectangle tops.

Image: A Danish furniture control label provides helpful provenance on the underside of a dining table by Johannes Andersen for Christian Linneberg