The 636 Elling Buffet is a striking piece of contemporary design. It is considered one of the major hallmarks in the neoplasticism movement and was initially designed for two high-profile interior projects - that of P.J Elling and Spargen. In a dramatic turn of events, the original was incinerated in a fire and was only rebuilt under the supervision of the designer in 1951 for an exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. Today, Cassina produces this storage unit for the first time in its historic carpentry in Meda, in collaboration with the designer’s heirs. The pure lines of the structure create a grid based on a structural core to which surfaces, drawers and storage units are added. Linear and dynamic, it promises to infuse artistic homes with a unique design story while providing a statement storage solution.
Materials & Finishes
Container unit with solid wood structure, wooden doors and drawers. Available online in Cassina's black painted finish.
W 200 x D 45 x H 102 cm
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Year of design
1919 / 2019