A curiosity cabinet inspired by the abstract artist Vasily Kandinsky. This storage piece of furniture is designed to house and display found objects and curiosities that aim to inspire future projects. The design is inspired by Kandinsky's pen and watercolour drawing 'on the points' created in 1928.
"Vasily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866-1944) was one of the great pioneers of abstract art. To him, art was a means of expression in which what one actually sees and what one feels are blended, rather than a phenomenon of perception."
This cabinet is made in ripple maple, American black walnut, burr American black walnut, ebony and ash; finished in a clear matt oil and wax.
H 154cm, W 68cm, D 16cm
Project duration: 110 hrs