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Design by Roderick Vos, 2010.
The Downtown Tower brings an energetic presence to a variety of spaces in need of a little modern edge. Its many levels, curvaceous platforms and dipping storage compartments create lines and shapes pulling from the design elements of the Bauhaus and Minimalism movements. A variety of raw materials, from solid steel to supple leather, offer an updated finish, carrying these renowned mid-century stylings into today's modern aesthetic. A piece of art in itself, the Downtown Tower also provides a dynamic storage solution for showcasing home artifacts, memorabilia, and prized possessions.
Downtown Tower offered endless possibilities and features a solid steel frame, MDF supporter panels, optional top sides with Ebben or Black Frake wood veneer, and leather reading compartments in dark brown leather.
Includes Free White Glove Delivery service.
Material(s): Powder coated steel, MDF, ebben, frake
- 117.7" W X 33.5" D X 117.7" H
- First Level: 14.6" H
- Second Level: 17.7" H
- Third Level: 21.7" H
Designer: Roderick Vos
Working intuitively with the use of sketches, Roderick Vos' designs always have a very personal and original expression. His pursuit of products that tell their own stories results in remarkable designs for Linteloo, like the circular Nureyev bookcase and the Popov table. The talent of Roderick Vos is appreciated by producers and consumers all over the world.View other products by Roderick Vos
Linteloo: Feel-Good Designs for Easy Modern Living.
Linteloo was established in The Netherlands in 1993 by Jan te Lintelo.
Born into a family of furniture retailers, Jan's parents started a business, te Lintelo Wonen, which became one of the most successful stores in the region with leading international furniture collections. In his spare time Jan helped his parents in the shop, appreciating the craftsmanship of furniture making at a young age. He attended college in Rotterdam and soon started his career with cabinetmaker Pastoe in Utrecht. After several years with Pastoe and later Gelderland he decided to start his own company, Linteloo.
Linteloo was a departure from the popular Dutch Design influences of the nineties, starting a new concept with a feel-good factor that is now a famous element of Linteloo designs. Today Linteloo is a leading furniture brand with showrooms in Zeist (The Netherlands), Cologne (Germany) and Milan (Italy). Continuing to expand their reach, Linteloo now delivers comfortable designs for easy living all across the globe.