Design George Nelson™, 1952. Plywood, veneer, polished aluminum, metal. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a response to social change." -George Nelson. Designed to look and feel exquisite, these cabinets, chests, and cases were produced in 1952 as application of George Nelson's continuing exploration of storage furniture, first introduced in 1945 in a Life magazine feature on his modular "Storagewall" concept. Originally called the Rosewood Group due to its use of rosewood veneer, this group was later renamed after the feature that gives it its aesthetic quality: the thin edge framing the doors and drawers. Fifty years since they were last available, the pieces are updated with environmentally sustainable veneers and finishing processes, including santos palisander, which shares - and honore - the rich personality of rosewood. The buffet unit features four drawers built of solid wood construction with soft closing slides and a two-door cabinet with two adjustable shelves. It's also available with polished aluminum legs with or without adjustable glides and your choice of two drawer/door pulls. Back panel can be requested finished to match or unfinished (matte black). Ships partially assembled, draw pulls need to be attached. This series consists of a buffet unit, chest of drawers, and a cabinet with doors. Please note: - walnut/dark brown combination, the case finish is walnut & drawers/door fronts are dark brown walnut. - white ash/walnut combination, the case finish is white ash & drawers/door fronts are walnut. buffet: 18.5" d | 67" w | 28.6" h.