Re: Wall furnitures

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Posted by  Per Corell on February 02, 2004 at 14:54:00:

In Reply to:  Re: Wall furnitures posted by MAR on February 02, 2004 at 06:18:28:


You are quite right that both together is very nice, like this they was planned . The door system is very difficult to change, acturly it worked fine and as you se, there are no handles, like in a boat, the locks for the door, don't show but anyway the doors can be locked and closed.
The quality of the wood is so ,that no problems will occour even the doors is not frame / panel but solid planks. You are quite right, that they would perform better used for the original porpus carrying clotches, but you could say the same, about the ton Barok desk, that stand down bellow from these ,weigh a ton but is so lovely pure early Barok.
But even there are centuries between these furnitures , the Barok one could hold your intire household .where today's Ikea paperbacks hardly carry real wood.
Anyway even these wall furnitures was projected with computer, it don't prove the options with CAD today and even back when these was build, 3D-H prove better than translating the old methods, with a bit 2,5 D CAD, those furnitures is just a step realising better 3D tools.


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