William Watting was an American born architect who moved to Denmark after world war II, where he designed some important pieces during the 50’s and 60’s.

Some of his cabinets/sideboards were produced by the Dutch company Fristho, but his most interesting piece is this wonderful bench/console that was produced by Danish cabinetmaker Mikael Laursen, who also produced pieces for Wikkelso, Wegner and Kofod-Larsen.

This bench/console (at the time with optional shelves on top) is in solid teak and has a refined perforated base, rounded legs and edges and other nice details. The piece is in mint condition.

Width: 210cm
Depth: 47cm
Height: 38cm