50s Helge Sibast high board with sliding doors for Sibast
Peder Olsen Sibast opened a small furniture factory in the countryside in the Kolding region of Denmark in the early 20th century, and in the timeperiod his son Helge was born. Helge learned the trade from his father, took over the business and started expanding. At its peak in the 1960s, Sibast furniture was an international company with over 120 employees!
Sibast worked with top designers of the time such as Arne Vodder, Johannes Andersen, Peter Hvidt and Helge Sibast also made beautiful designs. But Sibast and Vodder are inextricably linked. Although Sibast had several designers in-house, it was mainly Vodder who left his mark on the distinctiveness of Sibast.
This high sideboard is very special, where Sibast is often known for rosewood, this highboard is made in a dark teak wood type. Very nice with nice layout behind the sliding doors and three drawers at the bottom. The highboard is of course marked.