BD Barcelona Design has teamed up with designers Fredrik Färg and Emma Marga Blanche to release a cabinet that is put together using the pair’s wood-tailoring technique.
The Spanish furniture brand – which has previously manufactured designs from Jamie Hayón, Oscar Tusquets Blanca and Salvador Dalí – launched the Couture cabinet at this year’s Milan design week.
The cabinet is made up of veneered wood sideboards in a natural ash or black varnish finish, resting upon legs structured from lacquered steel.
To decorate the doors with a swooping pattern, Färg & Blanche utilised their stitching technique, which involves fixing together hard materials – such as wood – using a heavy-duty sewing machine usually used to create car seats.
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