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GLOBO
Sideboard 1

W. 200 x H. 68 x D. 48 cm

Designed by Studio Roche Bobois

Globo is a complete collection of storage furniture pieces that are both graphic and functional. The entire collection features the same horizontal rhythm on the facades that is highlighted by deep partitions between the openings. The facades can be in coloured lacquered glass, coloured mirror, wood veneer, or a combination of these finishes. ...

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Sideboard

Many other materials, colours and dimensions available in the showroom

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Item with FSC™ Mix certification. This product is made with a mixture of materials from responsibly managed, FSC™-certified forests and from other controlled sources. .

Structure in melamine, col. Anthracite, covered with extra clear glass with lacquer finish, mirror finish, Alpi® veneer or Alpi® veneer with upper part in lacquered or mirror glass.
4 doors, 2 drawers, interior shelves in melamine, col. Anthracite or in 8mm-thick clear glass (optional) (2 shelves maximum).
Legs in chrome-plated metal with satin finish.

Manufactured in Europe.

Includes:

Other versions available in the showroom:

Buffet 3 portes, 2 tablettes - L. 150 x H. 68 x P. 39 cm
Buffet (avec façades imitation tiroirs) - L. 200 x H. 68 x P. 48 cm

Forest Stewarship Council logo

The Forest Stewardship Council™ (FSC™) is an international organisation dedicated to promoting responsible management of the world’s forests and to protecting them for future generations. By purchasing this product, you are helping to protect the world’s forests.

Le Mag

Interview with Joana Vasconcelos in New York

Roche Bobois hosted a spectacular event at the prestigious flagship showroom in New York to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the brand in the US.

Read this article from the Roche Bobois magazine Interview with Joana Vasconcelos in New York

Interview with Joana Vasconcelos in New York