scholten and baijings for established & sons
 
scholten and baijings for established & sons
apr 23, 2010

scholten and baijings for established & sons

‘the amsterdam armoire’ image © designboom

dutch design duo scholten & baijings ‘the amsterdam armoire’ is now in production for british design and manufacturing company established & sons. presented during milan design week 2010, the wardrobe unit is a typically traditional dutch design taking on a contemporary form. it consists of two upper doors, a drawer over the full weight and two lower doors.

scholten & baijings trademark grid pattern is found on the front of the armoire which is made from high pressure laminate (HPL) sheet. the unit’s front legs are two round feet made of hand-blown glass in light pink. featured inside each of the doors, is a black and white picture of a still life. these six images were made in collaboration with dutch photographers maurice scheltens and liesbeth abbenes, and depict the couple’s work.

scholten and baijings for established & sons‘the amsterdam armoire’ image © designboom

scholten and baijings for established & sonsa view of the upper doors image © designboom

scholten and baijings for established & sons side view image © designboom

scholten and baijings for established & sons detail of the light pink hand-blown glass feet image © designboom

scholten and baijings for established & sonsback view image © designboom

scholten and baijings for established & sonsrendering of ‘the amsterdam armoire’

scholten and baijings for established & sonsrendering of ‘the amsterdam armoire’ and six still life images

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