This iconic mid century highboy dresser from Broyhill’s Brasilia Collection features the unmistakable Brasilia parabola motif presented in bent wood on the top drawer and reiterated in brass pulls on the lower drawers. This detail is inspired directly by the work of architect Oscar Niemeyer who designed numerous structures in Brasil’s capitol, Brasilia. A semi-floating stretcher base lightens the visual weight of this impressive piece while complementing the modernist architectural details which adorn the drawers. This chest is built of solid poplar clad in black walnut veneer. The finish is in very good condition with only minor signs of normal wear. There are no structural problems, and all drawers slide smoothly on aluminum gliders. Measures 40″w x 19″d x 44.5″h. The matching low dresser is also available.