Designed by Norm Architects for Punt, the Chicago glass door sideboard was inspired by the modernist architecture and the unobstructed repetitive building techniques known from the mid century, the Chicago cabinet collection stands as a tribute to this particular architectural period.
With its light and floating appearance the sideboard almost appears as a piece of modern architecture itself. The elevated solid steel construction gives stability and structure while the floating wooden cabinet adds the spacial impression.
The table top functioning as a floating roof with its extended eaves completes the minimalistic framework combining three simple natural materials, wood, steel and stone.
Specifications and Material Details
2300 W x 520 D x 750 H
- 7 Wood stains – Dk stained walnut, whitened oak, dark grey stained oak, ebony stained oak, sup matt oak, white laquered oak, super matt walnut.
- Legs – Black, bronze, black nickel
- Glass – Bonzeglass
- Marble tops – Carrara, marquina, pietra
- Wood tops – Dk stained walnut, whitened oak, dark grey stained oak, ebony stained oak, sup matt oak, white laquered oak, super matt walnut.