Sibast Furniture

Published
23.09.2018

New Perspectives on Timeless Pieces

The Sibast Furniture collection features respectful reissues and refinements of iconic furniture by Helge Sibast that stay true to the open-minded and playful character of the 1950s and 60s. Preserving the original craftsmanship and timeless appearance, the collection also features new and contemporary designs. A vibrant combination that carries on the Sibast aesthetics and design heritage to future generations.

The story of Sibast Furniture is a family history of proud wooden furniture making dating back to 1908. Today, the fourth generation is running Sibast Furniture with the same attention to detail, craftsmanship, and quality as the ancestors while also adding new perspectives and creating new design stories.

Refounded by Ditlev Sibast and his wife, Anna, in 2012, the Danish family company has now embarked on a new era. A new chapter driven by a passion for design that stands the test of time and a commitment to preserve and continue the design legacy of the Sibast family, deeply rooted in Helge Sibast’s original designs.

Sibast’s aesthetics has roots in the Danish Modern movement of the 1950s and 60s, when Sibast Furniture gained an international reputation with highly functional furniture of sublime quality and craftsmanship by Helge Sibast, who was an accomplished cabinetmaker in his time.

Even though the company was for some time not in family hands, the copyright to Helge Sibast’s designs remained within the Sibast family. With the No 8 chair as the point of departure and renowned signature design, selected pieces are now brought into the 21st century, and new designs are created in collaboration with contemporary designers. Designers who share the Sibast values and the dedication to renew and carry on a Danish design heritage.

 

 

01

Mirror

Photo by Sibast

02

Chair and couch

Photo by Sibast

03

Table and chair

Photo by Sibast

04

Black chair

Photo by Sibast

05

Lamp/chair/table

Photo by Sibast

06

Brown chair/table

Photo by Sibast

07

Brown and black chair

Photo by Sibast

08

Desk/window

Photo by Sibast

09

Bright room

Photo by Sibast

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