This unusual Paul Frankl cabinet is testament to the sheer variety of designs he produced. Although a relatively clean looking design he still managed to incorporate some stepped Skyscraper outlines within the overall shape. This is further emphasised by being painted green. The cabinet was from c.1930. The original cabinet doors were in book matched walnut veneers. We could make a reproduction of this piece - as these are made to order you can change the finish to whatever colour or wood you prefer. While we have only seen the actual piece Frankl produced, there is nothing to stop you having this in a different finish, as we've shown below. We don't give out prices or dimensions until we have agreed the specification with the customer.
The above 2 designs were just about having some design fun with the original. The one on the left just mirrored the bottom half on top, keeping the minimal outer shape, but exagerating the inner stepped section. The RH design repeated the stepped section on top, giving a more typical Skyscraper top line. It just shows how you can take a design and produce variations of it, which Frankl did himself.
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