The Hesse display cabinet is a contrasting piece. It seeks to harmonise two distinct but complementary languages. The legs follow lines of traditional English carpentry reminiscent of classics such as the Windsor chair, while the body utilises a rounded, minimalist language.
The combination of these lines creates a piece with a character that is as eclectic and personal as it is familiar and recognisable.
The doors are designed in a way that minimises the thickness of the frame, using the simple yet effective technique of fixing the glass in front of the frame structure. This method results in robust doors that give the piece a slim and delicate look.
The drawers are fitted with fully opening telescopic runners.