Thier & van Daalen together with Vij5
"Iris and Ruben are masters in designing interior products to showcase items in a beautiful way. The Angled Cabinet is no exception to this. The minimal but well-balanced design creates a clear canvas for you to personalize with your own belongings. Whether you would like to present your most precious souvenirs, your favorite books or just some random rarities, this showcase cabinet will make them look fabulous instantly!"
- Arjan & Anieke
Studio Thier&VanDaalen is fascinated by wooden frames. A framework of posts and beams create a strong, clear and repetitive image. It gives a different point of view as seen from any angle.
Triggered by the sketches and drawings of artists and architects such as le Corbusier, Rietveld and Joost Swarte, who use a unique isometric projection, the studio translated this in a new repeating pattern of beams and knots in wood.
By rotating the beams around their axes, a new intersection arose. They designed a joint, where all 3 beams share equal contact with each other, resulting in a strong connection.Observing this new structure in an isometric perspective, it is as if you look at an architectural skeleton.
The cabinet comes as a modular system and is available in different sizes by repeating posts and beams in different lengths, heights and widths. The glass and aluminium panels are interchangeable, making the layout of the cabinet flexible. The wooden wine rack is optional and is attached to the frame of the cabinet.
design by studio Thier & van Daalen
in collection since 2017
material frame solid Oakwood 20x20mm
- coloured glass panels 6mm in 3 sizes (exchangeable)
- aluminum panels in RAL9002 greywhite or RAL7036 platinumgrey (exchangeable)
- integrated wine rack (optional, attached to frame)
Height 3 levels 85 cm & width 35 cm
Length 154,5 cm (3 rows)
Length 104,5 cm (2 rows)
Length 54,5 cm (1 row)
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