Shown are Three of Four Cabinets by the Belgian Architect & Designer Willy Van Der Meeren, 1923 – 2002.Designed as a Wardrobe for schools in 1952, Made by Tubax.From a school in the Belgian Town of Tienen that bought them in 1953.The other Cabinet available is Blue / Light-Blue.All Cabinets can be sold separately.Bibliography: Contemporary Design, Alfred Hendrickx, Willy Van Der Meeren & Fifties-furniture in Belgium, p. 91Condition: Scratch on the red door and slight decoloration on the grey door of the left Cabinet. The red door opens difficultly and has a screw missing. Slight wear on the sides and back of all Cabinets Due to use as school equipment. All Cabinets can Easily be restored to their former glory. Height: 200, Width: 120, Depth: 62Period: 1950′sEnameled metal doors concealing a clothes bar on one side and fixed shelves on the other side. Enameled metal & Mahogany veneer.Willy Van der Meeren is best-known for his standing cabinet with multicolored doors which he designed for Tubax in 1952. The earliest editions are in a grey/greyblue color combination.