Cupboard Cherry Wood
From the outside this cupboard has a tight rectangular volume, with very slim legs of stainless steel strips. The seams of the planks continue, as is the case with the grains. The layout is asymmetric from the inside, with a small cupboard on the left, a drawer in the middle and a broader cupboard on the right. The cherry-wood parts are mutually connected with a loose spring. Stainless steel strips have been included In the wooden parts in order to limit the action of the wood. The legs emerge from this hidden steel construction. Because the rotating parts and the drawer under the mitre fall in the piece of furniture, and the seams between the parts are just as large as the other seams, it can hardly be seen that this piece of furniture can be opened.
Design and construction: Marlies Boterman