Sideboard

Designed By

Edward William Godwin, an English architect and designer, designed the Sideboard during the Aesthetic Movement in the 1860s. Godwin was inspired by the aesthetics of Japanese art and interiors. The Sideboard consists of horizontal and vertical forms that create both opened and closed spaces for display and storage in his dining room. It is both elegant and functional; the openness of the design allows for easy cleaning access to the shelves and the floors below.

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COMING SOON

ERA

Late 19th Century

MATERIAL

Wood

CATEGORY

Furniture

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Chair for the Hôtel Aubecq

Victor Horta

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