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The Elementi Copper Patina Cabinet is a monolithic, rough and challenging piece of sculptural furniture. Clad with copper sheet which disguises cupboards and drawers behind it.
The Sequenza Credenza an interpretation of an early /mid-century credenza with classic lines. The Sequenza legs flow, wrap and loop around it’s body, concealing its structure and providing handle details.
Complete your hall by teaming up the console and bench with the matching mirror.
Beelzebub features a wide spectrum of traditional and modern woodworking techniques, as well as the incorporation of metal.
extruded marquetry of ‘THE FLY’ that appears on the front of the
cabinet is constructed with anatomical accuracy. Giving the feeling that
the giant fly could literally fly off the cabinet and circle you!
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The Magus Dining Table is constructed to the highest standards from solid oak and stainless steel table. Designed and handcrafted using traditional furniture techniques by Andrea Felice.
The solid oak top that has been hand carved at the corners to create the impression of it floating above its voluptuous legs. The wood turned and carved legs are highlighted by teardrop stainless steel inserts. This cabinet appeared on the front cover of IDFX Magazine in November 2010.
The Rovi Cabinet playfully reverses our relationship with a piece of fine furniture. You are at risk … rather than having to be careful of how you handle or open a more delicate piece of furniture.The unit is constructed of black pigmented high density fiberboard, which has been faced with 3mm aluminum sheet. The doors of the unit are mitred so that they seamlessly fit.The original handle branches were hand carved by Andrea from Sycamore, with Holy wood thorns. These were then used to construct two part silicon molds from which the handles have been cast using a polyester resin.