Low Sideboard

Formstelle, 2004


Low is a sideboard series based on the 'Modulor' proportions system developed by Le Corbusier. The proportions are a deliberate attempt to replace the rigidity of symmetry with an asymmetrical arrangement which feels correct.  Low has a wide range of household/office-applications for instance sideboard, buffet, storage, computer/TV unit, etc.

Formstelle was established in 2001 by Claudia Kleine and Jorg Kurschner who work on projects in the fields of interior design, product design, and corporate identity with an emphasis on the relationship between space and content coupled with the highest standards of conceptual, technical, and design quality.

  • Sideboard in solid walnut with oil finish, adjustable stainless steel plinth base.  Has 4 drawers of various sizes with fully extendable runners and interiors in solid maple pronged and finished, also has one cabinet with door on the right hand side.
  • 68.5"w 18.9"d 22.4"h 3.5" plinth height
  • Made in Germany for Zeitraum
  • No assembly required
  • Also available in beech, maple, oak or american cherry with a solid wood or stainless steel base. Further timbers and sizes also available. Available on two additional plinth styles and available stained in various colors including chalk, light warm gray, cold gray, dark warm gray, graphite gray, graphite black, aqua blue, mint blue, salmon pink and pink pastel.