fk 150 sideboard

fk 150 sideboard

fk 150 sideboard

Design Jorgen Kastholm, 1973
Veneer, chrome-plated steel
Made in Denmark by Lange Production

The FK 150 Sideboard was designed in 1973 and today it is being produced at the same factory and on the same tools as back in the seventies. The sideboard is a perfect room divider as it is veneered on all surfaces on the outside as well as on the inside. It is made with an outstanding quality where the details speak for themselves. The FK150 cabinet is available in dark oak with dark oak doors, santos palisander with black doors and Olive wood with white doors.

Smoked oak
The characteristic feature of smoked oak are bright lines crossing the dark brown wood surface. An elaborate smoking process gives the oak its dark color with a rich and elegant appearance. the typical oak characteristics of fine age rings and expressive pore structure are maintained.

Olive tree
The olive tree is one of the oldest crops cultivated in the Old World and is wide-spread through the Mediterranean region. it is an extremely decorative wood. Its typical strong lines create a beautiful effect on large surfaces. Because of the short and gnarly growth of the olive tree, veneer size of more than 1 meter are rare.

Santos Palisander
Santos rosewood comes from South America and was originally meant to replace the endangered rio variety. today this noble precious wood has consolidated its market position as decorative furniture wood. the varied grain making of Santos rosewood accentuates its unusual and playful color.

17.7" w | 59" L | 28" h

$7,500.00 + free shipping in the continental U.S.
(please allow approximately 12 weeks for this item to be produced and shipped to your location)

Kastholm & Fabricius

Trained cabinet-maker Preben Fabricius met blacksmith Jorgen Kastholm at the School for Interior Design and found a common approach to furniture design - never wanting to compromise on aesthetics. In 1961, the pair set up a design studio in a Gentofte cellar without any firm arrangements with manufacturers, but by ‘65 they had secured a lucrative deal with German furniture manufacturer Alfred Kill. The next year, their international breakthrough came at the Cologne Fair with a whole series of office and home furniture, leading to orders from ten large furniture concerns. Among their most successful works were the Tulip Chair, Grasshopper Chair, and Scimitar Chair, which highlighted their style of minimalist designs, both attractive and comfortable, usually in steel and leather. The pieces of furniture they produced during their seven-year period of cooperation from 1961 to 1968 were so distinctive that many are still produced today as classics.
Henrik Lange of Lange Production has had a keen interest in modern furniture since boyhood. As a 31 year old businessman at a crossroads in his life, he decided to get the reproduction rights for the rare Fabricius & Kastholm Grasshopper chair from the 1960s, a long-time obsession of his. On Kastholm’s end of the deal, he wanted Lange to reintroduce the entire line and meet their original standards of quality. To do this, Lange worked from the original warehouse with the original tools. Lange Production’s re-launch was met with glowing reviews. On getting his company off the ground, Lange says, “I didn’t see it as ‘taking a risk.’ Not doing what makes you happy everyday is a risk. People should spend more time on their passions. All great companies are built on passion.”
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