Two-piece teak wall unit with a four-drawer chest on the bottom and a bookcase cabinet on the top from the "Form Five" line by G-Plan, a range of teak modern furniture in a simple minimalist style designed by R. Bennett and introduced in 1967. It offers beautiful teak veneers, a beveled front case on a plinth base, and four graduated-depth drawers featuring square metal pulls with circular finger cutouts. The cabinet bookshelf piece sits on the top, with two height-adjustable shelves not shown in the photos, one in the lower cabinet and the other in the open space between the two cabinets. The cabinet at the top has swinging doors while the lower cabinet has a drop-down door. It is in very good vintage condition with some marks and discoloration on the top of the chest. The drawers all function smoothly.
30" wide, 18" deep at the base, 10.5" deep at the top, and 78.25" high. The bottom piece is 28.25" high, and the top section is 50" high.