Two toned Cabinet by Cees Braakman for Pastoe,1960. 
Shown with a single Casala Chair, Small Hala Lamp
and Pilastro Task Stool

Newly Refinished Birch Drop Down Desk with Lower Storage
and a Side Cabinet with Shelving

Rare Bent Plywood Signature Hairpin Feet
 Love the curved plywood drawers

 Cees Braakman began working at Pastoe at 17, where he learned
the trade while following in his father's footsteps. He convinced the company to focus on developing flexible cabinet systems which could be assembled by the consumer. This innovative concept came to radical fruition in 1955 in the Made-to-Measure furniture series.

 Cees Braakman turned this stuffy furniture factory into artist studio and also set out to improve the look of the company's catalogs and marketing collateral.


 some images resource: midcenturia.com


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