The “Environmental Collection” perfectly combines neo-deco, modern, and Hollywood regency styles to create this bold and stunning Pierre Cardin credenza buffet. French designer Pierre Cardin is truly a legend in his own time because of he and this mind blowing burl wood sideboard contributes to that status. Rare burl wood and exquisite brass play harmoniously together and exude tasteful decadence from a by-gone decade of bold expression and experimentation. Proudly display this Pierre Cardin credenza in your dining room as sideboard or in the living room as a media cabinet credenza.
The left side cabinet doors reveal two drawers and a single shelf, the other pair of doors reveal an adjustable shelf.
About The Pierre Cardin Environmental Collection:
From designer / conceptualist, Pierre Cardin. A selection of fashions for the home and individual who reside therein. Unhindered by what has been, Monsieur Cardin addresses what is in this extraordinary collection. Each component is a blend of geometric shape, sculptured line and elegant function. Each a merge of fine elements…brass, chrome, brushed aluminum, glass, wood burl; textures such as velvet, jacquards and fabrics that are strictly Cardin. Every offering reflects his uncommon perception of contemporary taste and lifestyle. Included are concepts for living and dining as well as distinct occasional and accent items “…The Cardin Environment for the Home.”
“Home Furnishings must reflect the way we live. We must take the best of the classics and meld them into a contemporary way of life…not hampered by the past, but rather utilizing those great principles of design which relate to our fast-changing way of life” — Pierre Cardin
About Pierre Cardin:
Italian born, French fashion designer Pierre Cardin is known for his space age designs and avant-garde style. He founded his fashion house in 1950 and emerged in the 1960s as a global brand for cosmetics and perfume. In 1945 Cardin opened his first furniture boutique with designs highly influenced by fashion.
In the 1970s Cardin expanded his design work into furniture, jewelry and automobiles. (Later, licensing agreements would put Cardin’s name on goods ranging from perfume to sunglasses.) Furniture pieces, like this Pierre Cardin credenza — inspired, perhaps, by the rediscovery of Art Deco design in that decade — feature simple, symmetrical forms, lacquer and figured veneer finishes, and accents in metals such as aluminum and brass. Whether you are looking for a vintage cocktail dress or a chest of drawers to keep it in, as you will see from these pages, Pierre Cardin offers an option in either that is timelessly chic.The Pierre Cardin brand remains highly sought today.