By Peter Lassen
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The nightstand Dream consists of one drawer and one shelf which makes it ideal as a bedside table in the bedroom for books, a glass of water, glasses or the alarm clock. The piece is also perfect as a flexible side table in the living room or hall.
Made in Denmark with an EU Ecolabel and from commercial grade lacquered MDF, the Dream series is made from components of the Montana System, which is an exceptionally modular storage and surface products that can be combined and customized.
Dream is available with suspension rails (for wall mounting), legs in matte chrome, brass, or lacqured steel in black or white, castors (wheels) or plinth in 3 or 7cm height.
Contact us for further information on colours and alternate configurations.
Designer Peter J. Lassen, Denmark (1982)
Material 12 mm lacquered MDF
Origin Made in Denmark
Height 35.4cm / 14"
Height With Legs 48cm / 19"
Depth 30cm / 11.8"
Width 35.4cm / 14"
Peter J. Lassen is the man behind Montana, whose simple and functional designs have become classics. From a career as a naval officer, Peter J. Lassen switched to the furniture industry in 1954 and worked with the architects Arne Jacobsen, Jørn Utzon, Piet Hein and Verner Panton for many years. His association with these architects can be seen clearly in the clean lines of his design. He founded Montana Furniture A/S in Hårby, on the Danish island of Funen in 1982.
Peter J. Lassen was a member of the board for Montana Furniture A/S and took an active role in the marketing and production development decisions until he passed away in 2019.
Montana Furniture is a family-owned company based in Denmark and established in 1982. The company is centred around sustainability, design flexibility and quality making it a leader within storage and furniture for private homes and contemporary office spaces.
Each of the Montana products are produced in Denmark at the companies own factory using exclusively water-based lacquer colours, which neither smell nor contain solvents. Montana recently became one of the first furniture manufacturers in Europe to receive the EU Ecolabel for their production and product lifespan meaning, among other things, that the wood is sourced from sustainable sources, not produced using toxic materials and has a 10 year guarantee from defect. The EU Ecolabel includes the entire Montana System, the CO16 and the Montana Free Shelving System.
Every eight years, Montana develops a new colour palette. The furniture company’s latest, expansive palette, released in 2019, has come into being in collaboration with expert and colour-alchemist, Margrethe Odgaaard. The new scheme - which includes 42 stock colours - explores how the colours relate to one another, to our bodies, to other materials, and to their spatial surroundings.