Mondrian Cabinet

Mondrian Cabinet

Usually anniversaries are celebrated with champagne and candles - we celebrate with a design classic. Our wardrobe "Mondrian" was the very first piece of furniture to be included in our collection 1977 and is thus plays an important role in The Röthlisberg success story. Forty years of perfection - this is what we are celebrate with a new edition of this timeless cupboard.

Inspired by the colours and space division in the paintings of Piet Mondrian (1872-1944), designer Koni Ochsner designed the Mondrian cupboard in 1976 as functional piece of furniture for individualists. Linear and colourful, it stays true to Mondrian's principles of abstracting everything until only the essence is visible. Colours and proportions of the cabinet are designed according to functionality. The production and the elaborate workmanship involve a lot of handcraft and the maximum gloss level of the surface gives "Mondrian" its elegant appearance. A mirrored base reflects the floor and creates the illusion of a floating cabinet.

The original paintings by Piet Mondrian can be found in the world's most famous museums. Our cupboard "Mondrian" can be admired as a practical and timeless piece of furniture at home.

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Details

All surfaces and doors of the cabinets are coated in high-gloss colours. Doors, flaps and drawers are closed by means of inivisible spring-loaded catches. The shelves are of glass, the base of polished chromed steel.

Available in two signed models of 20 pieces each.

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Koni Ochsner / Werkdesign

He played a key role in the early years of the Röthlisberger Kollektion and for many Swiss people is still the classic furniture designer, as exemplified by the Mondrian cupboard. Ochsner (1933–1995) is a designer and artist who studied under …

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