Sibast No 11 sideboard, oiled oak, black - white
Sibast No 11 sideboard, oiled oak, black - white
Sibast No 11 sideboard, oiled oak, black - white
Sibast No 11 sideboard, oiled oak, black - white
Sibast No 11 sideboard, oiled oak, black - white
Sibast No 11 sideboard, oiled oak, black - white
Sibast No 11 sideboard, oiled oak, black - white

No 11 sideboard, oiled oak, black - white


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No 11 sideboard
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The Sibast No 11 sideboard, designed by Arne Vodder, boasts an elegantly timeless design that dates back to the turn of the '50s and '60s and the golden age of Danish design. The gist of the minimalist cabinet lies in its reversible doors, one side of which is the same shade as the frame of the cabinet, and the other side is painted. On this sideboard, the doors are black and white on the other side.

Originally launched in 1957, the No 11 sideboards attracted a lot of attention in the world of design – the furniture collection was even awarded the first prize of the Milan Triennial in the same year. Even back then, the sideboards were manufactured by Sibast Furniture. In 2021, the manufacturer relaunched the sideboards as a tribute to the decades-long collaboration and friendship between Arne Vodder and the previous owner of Sibast Furniture, Helge Sibast.

Oiled oak, black, white
152 cm
40 cm
76 cm
Oak veneer, painted laminate, stainless steel
The sideboard has reversible doors.

Arne Vodder

Arne Vodder is one of the most acclaimed Danish architects of the mid-20th century. He is known for his simplistic style that relies on organic forms, as well as his unparalleled material skills, which made him one of the leading figures of Danish modernism.

In the 1940s, Vodder first studied under master carpenter Niels Vodder and later at the Royal Danish Academy of Arts, where he was taught and mentored by the legendary architect and designer Finn Juhl. In the 1950s and 1960s, Vodder collaborated extensively with Sibast Furniture and designed many pieces of furniture for the manufacturer that enjoyed wide international success. Furniture designed by Vodder and made by Sibast Furniture even went to the White House, the Vatican, and the UN headquarters in Geneva, among other prominent locations.

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