These vintage modern cabinets are pre-Eames Herman Miller (1937) and are designed by Gilbert Rohde working in a minimalist, modular style.
The cabinets show signs of aging and misuse (pictured: holes in the back of the shelf and scratches). One of the cabinet doors is slightly off on its hinge, making the closed cabinets and handles slightly off by a couple of centimeters in their symmetry. Given their age and iconic design, the wear and tear are excusable and all in all, the exterior, visible portions of the wood are in good condition. The rear portion of the cabinets is showing some warping.
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