Gubi - Grossman 62-Series 6 Kommode - walnuss/schwarz/72x160x45cm
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Grossman 62-Series 6 Dresser

Design by Greta Magnusson Grossman
ID 187029, display whole collection

Product description

The Grossman 62-Series 6 Dresser was originally desigend by Greta M. Grossman in the year 1952 and has been available from GUBI since 2012.

The GUBI Grossman 62-Series 6 Dresser is a shapely piece of designer furniture with the characteristic 1950s mix of walnut with black lacquer and small metal balls for feet.

The Grossman 62-Series 6 Dresser by GUBI is 160 cm wide, 72 cm high and 45 cm deep and features two times three large drawers with two ball handles each.

In the bedroom as a classic dresser or as a sideboard for your dining room, living room, or office: The Grossman 62-Series 6 Dresser gives every room a subtle elegance and is a design classic with the popular retro look.

The "62-Series" by GUBI also includes the Grossman 62-Series Desk in walnut/black, which you will find in the "collection"!

The native Swede Greta M. Grossman's style was strongly influenced by Bauhaus, she worked as an architect and designer creating the entire 62-Series as well as lighting classics like the Grasshopper collection, which is also available in our online shop.

Free delivery in Germany from 80 €

When paying in advance via bank transfer you will receive a 3% discount.

Available product types

Grossman 62-Series 6 Dresser
Grossman 62-Series 6 Dresser walnut / black / 72x160x45cm
2 weeks
Shipping information
2 weeks
€ 4.719,00*

Dimensions & additional info

Colorswalnut/black
Materialswood, metal
DimensionsWidth: 160cm
Height: 72cm
Depth: 45cm

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