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System Cado® was very special to Poul Cadovius, and he considered it one of his most exclusive and successful designs. By looking at the system’s many fine details, you easily understand why. The cabinets are exquisitely framed by the slightly sloping edge profile. A profile that adds a lightness and elegance to the system and makes the design something very special.
With the aim to revitalize the exclusive design, dk3 is relaunching the System Cado® cupboards and drawers as free hanging cabinets, which can be mounted on the wall without any visible suspension rails. The cabinets are made individually, either with drawers or as cupboards with handleless doors or sliding doors in wood or glass. Additionally, the cabinet comes in a version with drop front to be used as either cellaret or writing desk. The drop front cabinet is also available with a beautiful, preinstalled workstation with six small finger joined drawers for paper, envelopes, etc.
Measurements (W x D x H)
Cabinet w/ 2 push doors: 80 x 38 x 42,4 cm (doors w/ plain or woven front)
Cabinet w/ 2 sliding doors: 80 x 38 x 42,4 cm (doors in wood or glass)
Module w/ 3 drawers: 80 x 38 x 42,4 cm
Cabinet w/ drop front: 80 x 38 x 42,4 cm (plain or woven front)
Cabinet w/ drop front and preinstalled workstation: 80 x 38 x 42,4 cm
(plain or woven front)
Oak or walnut
Drawers: solid wood
Modules, doors, and workstation: veneered MDF
Oil, soap, or matt lacquer
The variety of cabinets gives several combination options and can be mounted either separately or as a sideboard of various cabinets and drawers. The system comes in either oak or walnut, and some of the cabinets are available with a beautiful handwoven veneer front, which has also been relaunched for the Royal System® and which was a part of the initial Royal System® collection in the early fifties.