This mid century modern six drawer dresser from Broyhill’s Brasilia Collection features a tasteful interpretation of architect Oscar Niemeyer’s innovative design work as seen on the exterior of the Alvorado Palace in the city of Brasilia, Brasil. The grandiose parabola motif which adorns the front facade of the palace inspires the scultpural bent wood detail on the top drawer, as well as the brass pulls on the lower drawers. The subtle angles in the floating stretcher base complement the decorative elements seen on the face of the dresser to complete a well balanced and practical furniture design which pays homage to a luminary of mid-century modern architecture. This dresser is constructed of solid poplar clad in black walnut veneer which maintains it’s original finish in very good condition for it’s age. There is some wear on the top, but no significant scratches or rings on any visible surface. The drawers are constructed of solid oak with dovetail joinery and are equipped with metal slides in perfect working condition. This piece is structurally sound in every respect. Includes mirror seen in second picture.Measures 58″ w x 19″d x 29.5″h.
Matching high dresser is also available.