This is a remarkable mid-century modern modular wall unit from the 1960s. The unit exudes Danish Modern design and is made from gorgeous teak wood veneer. It features a three-part design which can be reconfigured as desired. The left unit has blind doors on the top and bottom sections with shelving for additional storage. The middle unit has a teak shelf along the top, a teak magazine rack and a drop-front secretary desk complete with original brass lock and working key. The bottom section of the secretary has two small drawers for additional storage with teak veneer fronts and dove-tailed joinery. The interior has square drawers for holding smaller items and dividers along the other side for envelopes, letters, etc.
The right unit has a drop-front section at the top with original brass lock and a second working key. The interior has one shelf for storage and is lined with white laminate. This section would have served as a bar/liquor cabinet. There are two shelves for storage, and a three drawer section at the bottom. Each drawer is faced with teak veneer and has dove-tailed joinery. The interior sections of the modular unit are fashioned from walnut veneer, and the entire back is finished in teak veneer, allowing this piece to be used in the center of a room. When fully assembled, the wall unit measures 84.25″ long x 16.25″ deep x 72.25″ tall and is in excellent condition. The piece is unmarked but is a clear representation of 1960s Danish Modern design. A truly amazing and special find for the mid-century modern collector.