Cabinet by André Sornay in Mahogany


Mid Century Modern Wardrobe by André Sornay adorned with black and white sliding doors. The wardrobe rests atop a sleek black metal base. Inside, the André Sornay is a hanging bar to help arrange your clothing with care, while well-placed shelving ensures your essentials stay organized and accessible. In addition, there is a thoughtful shoe rack at the base of the wardrobe. 

About André Sornay:

André Sornay (1902–2000) was a prominent French furniture designer and craftsman known for his significant contributions to the Art Deco movement. Born in Lyon, Sornay revolutionized furniture design through his innovative use of wood and metal, combining traditional craftsmanship with modern aesthetics.

Sornay's distinctive technique, known as "Sornay System," involved utilizing metal inlays and sliding panels to create versatile and functional furniture pieces. His designs often featured clean lines, geometric patterns, and a seamless integration of form and function. These innovative creations gained him recognition both in France and internationally, solidifying his legacy as a pioneer of modern furniture design. Sornay's work remains highly collectible and continues to influence contemporary designers seeking to blend traditional craftsmanship with modern sensibilities.

Technical Details:

  • Dimensions: 79.5”L x 41"W x 23.63"D

  • Period: 1950's

  • Condition: Good condition. Wear consistent with age. Signs of Patina, Wood chipping on the inside of the wardrobe.

  • Materials: Mahogany wood, Plywood, metal

  • Origin: France

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