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Progetti Compiuti

Progetti Compiuti Dinah Cabinet by Shiro Kuramata
By Shiro Kuramata
Located in Doral, FL
Progetti Compiuti Dinah Cabinet by Shiro Kuramata 1970 / 2021 Produced by Cappellini Metal Plate
Category

Vintage 1970s Italian Cabinets

Materials

Metal

Shiro Kuramata Progetti Compiuti, Side 1 Cabinet in Ashwood for Cappellini
By Cappellini, Shiro Kuramata
Located in New York, NY
The Progetti Compiuti chest of drawers, designed by Shiro Kuramata, includes an array of furnishing
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21st Century and Contemporary Italian Modern Cabinets

Materials

Ash

Furniture with Drawers Vol. 2 No. 5 by Shiro Kuramata for Cappellini
By Shiro Kuramata
Located in Naples, FL
this is the only Cappellini version in existence. Titled “Progetti Compiuti 19 Drawers” and “PC/13
Category

Early 2000s Japanese Post-Modern Dressers

Materials

Aluminum

Shiro Kuramata Furniture in Irregular Forms Side 1 Cabinet by Cappellini, Italy
By Cappellini, Shiro Kuramata
Located in Kansas City, MO
This is an excellent example of the Side 1 Cabinet by Shiro Kuramata. Part of the Progetti
Category

Vintage 1980s Italian Post-Modern Commodes and Chests of Drawers

Materials

Aluminum, Chrome

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By Blueprint Lighting, Stilnovo, Mathieu Matégot
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By Hannah Woodhouse
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Cini Boeri for Knoll Three Seater Sofa in Black Leather
By Cini Boeri, Knoll
Located in Waalwijk, NL
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Blue Chrome Vinyl Shiro Chair, Kuramata Tribute, Ideal for Waiting Areas (80s)
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Purple - Lithograph by Lorenzo Indrimi - 1970s
By Lorenzo Indrimi
Located in Roma, IT
Purple is a contemporary artwork realized by Lorenzo Indrimi in the 1970s. Mixed colored lithograph. Hand signed on the lower margin. Edition of III/XXX.
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1970s Abstract Geometric Abstract Prints

Materials

Lithograph

Cini Boeri for Arflex Modular 'Strips' Sofa
By Arflex, Cini Boeri
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Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Sectional Sofas

Materials

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Cini Boeri for Arflex Modular 'Strips' Sofa
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Tulip Chair by Pierre Guariche
By Pierre Guariche
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Cast aluminium "Tulip" chair by Pierre Guariche. Made in France, circa 1950s.
Category

Vintage 1950s Chairs

Materials

Aluminum, Iron

Tulip Chair by Pierre Guariche
Tulip Chair by Pierre Guariche
H 28 in W 18 in D 16 in
Pop Art Robert Indiana Yield Brother 1971 Screenprint Edition 230 Red Blue
By Robert Indiana
Located in EL Waalre, NL
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Materials

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"Tokyo-Pop" White or Black Monobloc Armchair Designed by T. Yoshioka for Driade
By Tokujin Yoshioka, Driade
Located in Brooklyn, NY
"Tokyo-Pop" is a white or black anthracite polyethylene monobloc iconic armchair, designed by Tokujin Yoshioka and manufactured by Driade. White version only is available in quick s...
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Keith Haring Fun Gallery exhibition poster 1983 (vintage Keith Haring)
By Keith Haring
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Keith Haring Fun Gallery 1983: Original 1983 Keith Haring illustrated exhibition poster published on the occasion of Haring's historic 1983 show at the Fun Gallery in the East Villag...
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"Tokyo-Pop" White or Black Monobloc Low Table or Stool by T. Yoshioka for Driade
By Tokujin Yoshioka, Driade
Located in Brooklyn, NY
"Tokyo-Pop" is a white or black anthracite polyethylene monobloc iconic low table or stool, designed by Tokujin Yoshioka and manufactured by Driade. White version only is available i...
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Materials

Plastic

Contemporary Bedside Table Nightstand Walnut Bird Eye Wood Veneer Gloss Drawers
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Shiro Kuramata “Progetti Compiuti” 19 Drawer Cabinet for Cappellini
By Cappellini, Shiro Kuramata
Located in Miami, FL
Progetti Compiuti collection for Cappellini. Each drawer is expertly crafted to provide ample storage
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Post-Modern Cabinets

Materials

Laminate, Wood

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Shiro Kuramata for sale on 1stDibs

Few designers have blended Minimalism and Surrealism into artistic furniture as successfully as Shiro Kuramata. His experimentation with form, function, color and motif informed cabinets, chairs and side tables that are as mystifying as they are visually striking. 

Born in Tokyo in 1934, Kuruamata studied at the Kuwasawa Design School. In the 1970s and ’80s, he explored industrial materials in his designs. Inspired by Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass, Kuramata produced irreverent and bold work. In 1981, Kuramata joined Sottsass in his founding of the Memphis Group, named for a Bob Dylan song. The Milan-based collective aimed to turn the status quo on its head and redefine what was considered appealing in modern furniture style.

His experience with the Memphis Group led Kuramata to embrace unconventional optical effects. No piece embodies this more skillfully than the Miss Blanche chair. Crafted with transparent resin and flecked with rose-petal flecks, it gives the illusion that the sitter is floating.

The How High the Moon armchair is a prime example of his playful nature and willingness to challenge the expectations for furniture design. Including shards of colored glass in concrete surfaces, his “star piece” material was prevalent throughout his work, giving the tops of his end tables and coffee tables a brazen, gem-encrusted appearance. His daring approach to design can also be seen in pieces like his sheer glass bookcases with their seemingly fragile shelves.

Kuramata created many visual delights before his death in 1991. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. His pieces remain highly prized by collectors and design enthusiasts worldwide.

On 1stDibs, explore a selection of vintage Shiro Kuramata seating, storage pieces, decorative objects and more.

Finding the Right cabinets for You

Although traditionally used in the bedroom to store garments that would not be hung in a closet, an antique or vintage cabinet can easily find a purpose in rooms throughout your entire house.

The world's first storage cabinets, reportedly constructed in Renaissance-era Europe, were demonstrative of excellence in carpentry and the work of master carvers. These robust bureaus or sophisticated chests of drawers were typically built from common woods, such as oak or walnut. Although they were fairly uniform in structure and lacked the bright colors of modern-day furniture, case pieces and storage cabinets that date from the 18th century and earlier were often found in the homes of nobility.

Their intricate carvings and various embellishments — adornments made from ivory, ornate lacquer work and, later, glass shelvings — reflect the elegance with which these decorative furnishings were associated. Given its valuable purpose and the beauty of the early furnishings' designs, the storage cabinet is an investment that will never go out of style.

The practical design that defines the earliest storage cabinets has inspired the creation of household must-haves, like minimalist drink trolleys and marble wood bookcases. From hiding outdoor gear in the mudroom to decluttering your kitchen with a tall kitchen pantry cabinet, these versatile furnishings have now become available in enough sizes, styles and colors to accommodate any space. After all, these aren't your run-of-the-mill filing cabinets.

A sophisticated storage cabinet — wood storage cabinets with doors and shelves, for example — can serve as a room divider when necessary, while the right vintage wall unit or floor-to-ceiling cabinetry solutions can seamlessly become part of any space without disrupting the energy of the room. And although you may hide items away in its drawers, bookworms might prefer a storage cabinet with open shelving for displaying favorite books or other media.

One-of-a-kind solutions for the modern consumer abound, but enthusiasts of understated, classical beauty may turn to Baroque-style storage cabinets. Elsewhere, admirers of mid-century modernism looking to make a statement with their case pieces will warm to the dark woods and clean lines of vintage storage cabinets by Paul McCobb, Florence Knoll or Edward Wormley.

Sometimes the best renovation is a reorganization. If you're ready to organize and elevate your space, a luxury storage cabinet is the addition you need.

Find a variety of vintage and antique storage cabinets on 1stDibs, including unique Art Deco storage cabinets, chinoiserie cabinets and more.