Jabara Sideboard (Type C) W200 x D43 x H67 cm

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Jabara Sideboard (Type C) W200 x D43 x H67 cm


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Jabara sideboard is characterized by its 'Jabara' door, a sliding tambour door whose classical design is refined to timeless and minimalist beauty. It looks modern but somehow exudes nostalgic warmth. The unique appearance of the door conjures up an image of beautiful and continuous fine lines particular to Japan, which are seen in reed screen doors of townhouses in summer, and a bamboo forest in Sagano, Kyoto. Strips cut out of selected natural wood, piece by piece, and their rounded surface create fantastic shades, which in turn accentuates its profound look. And its organic and dignified appearance brings excitement and comfort into a room. Thick leather is selected for the front panel of drawers because its smooth but firm texture makes it an ideal material that brings you comfort when your fingers touch it.

Body frame

Walnut polyurethane finish NL
Oak polyurethane finish NL
Oak polyurethane finish WH
Oak polyurethane finish mTG

Drawer front
Black, burgundy, vintage brown, taupe gray, dark brown thick leather

Steel powder coating with black and hairline stainless steel acrylic urethane coating with 6 colors
classic rose, shiny brass, antique brass, shiny bronze, antique gray and shiny hairline

Inner tray
Leather (black) / artificial suede (greige)

Inner box
Leather (black) / artificial suede (greige)

Jabara Sideboard (Type C) W200 x D43 x H67 cm

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W200 x D43 x H67

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Shinsaku Miyamoto

Shinsaku Miyamoto

Shinsaku Miyamoto was born in Fukuoka, Japan, at 1978. After graduating in architecture from the University of Kyushu Sangyo, he worked in furniture manufacturing in the important hub of Hida-Takayama. He traveled to Italy to the 25 years, where he worked in the classical furniture workshop of Meda. After this experience, he returned to Japan to start with his own furniture designs. He was awarded the IF Design Award for his LIGHT FIELD sofa. Currently, he works as a designer in the brand Ritzwell while exploring new facets of design furniture.

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