Mid-Century Modern Credenza designed in 1960's by Carlo di Carli in teak with original black and wood handles.
Carlo De Carli (1910-1999) was an architect and designer, who made a profound impact on 20th Century Design as well as one of Italy’s leading and most respected professors.
Di Carli graduated from Politecnico di Milan in 1934 (he went on to become the Dean of the Faculty of Architecture) and worked with legendary architect and designer Gio Ponti. After setting up his own studio, his designs of chairs, desks, and tables, quickly became widely recognized and manufactured by some of the most important and innovative Italian design companies such as Cassina, Gubi, Singers & Sons as well as Osvaldo Borsani's manufacturing company Tecno.
With an incredible sense for modern material, design and industry and a willingness to experiment and invent, Carlo De Carli earned a reputation as one of the greatest masters of Italian design, winning the Compasso d'Oro in 1954, the highest industrial design honor in Italy.