Nika Zupanc’s Cylindrical Cabinet for Storing Keepsake

The Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc designed a cylindrical cabinet with one hundred and forty four small white drawers. Made from CNC-cut plywood with small ball-shaped brass handles, the drawers that wrap around the Tower cabinet are designed to store small objects collected by the owner. “It is inspired by all the small things that seem unimportant from the outside, but are at the same time an essence part our inner world, a silent witness of our past and our daily life memories.” the author said “We tend to get, have, buy and collect through our lives a number of small objects,” she continued. “Some of them we use, some of them we don’t but want to keep them.” Providing a place to store these collected items, the jewellery-box-sized drawers are slotted into a framework of plywood plates and mounted on six metal legs to create the two-metre-high cylindrical tower. “One iconic shape gently transforms into something else and this is giving this object an aura of illusion and unexpected twist,” said Zupanc. Zupanc is based in Ljubljana, and has previously created furniture for Sé, Moooi and Qeeboo. Also, if you’re interesting to check some more cabinet – don’t forget to check Magistral Cabinet By Sebastian Errazuriz.

Intriguing Booleanos Cabinet

Mexican designer Joel Escalona partnered with French company Roche Bobois on an intriguing cabinet called Booleanos. The storage piece’s architectural facade is formed from the illusion of layered squares that are emphasized with various shades of gray panels. Despite the offset angles, the cabinet is built for storage with three doors, one drawer, and one flap that open up to reveal storage space. Shelves on the interior are made of glass.

Glass Blown Cabinets for Precious Objects

Studio Thier-Vandaalen have challenged two ancient handcrafts; free glassblowing and fine woodworking in their latest project “Round Square”. Presented during Milan design week 2014, the series of objects evoke soap bubbles floating in the air, translated into a collection of storage units designed to showcase precious objects. “Wet wood is commonly used as a mould in free hand glassblowing, but never as a definitive part of the end object,” explain Thier and Vandaalen. “We saw this as a beautiful element to use in process and for the final production piece.” The collection was produced with “Van Tetterode Glas Studio” together with Marc Barreda, exhibiting as part of team up at Ventura Lambrate.

Limited Edition “PICCADILLY” Series by Boca do Lobo

Do you remember strange and yet beautiful “Newton Console” created by Tinto-based design company Boca do Lobo? Designers from Boca do Lobo continues to surprise their client by weird forms and creative furniture items. And this time we’re talking about new limited edition furniture series called “PICCADILLY”. Boca Do Lobo’s designers play with perspective, embossed, contrast of colors and a mixture of different style. The result is very original piece of furniture both classic and modern at the time.

Suitcase-Inspired Cabinets from Casamania

These creative and funny suitcase-inspired cabinets from Casamania were created by designer Maarten De Ceulaer. Cabinets are absolutely asymmetrical and unusual looking. And it will add a bit of originality to the bedroom or other room which they will be placed in. They consist of six different drawers/shelves system units and will be perfect for storing shoes, clothes and many, many more. As you could notice there are also two colour variants.