Scrigno by Fernando and Humberto Campana
for Edra


Scrigno by Fernando and Humberto Ca

These wooden cabinets covered in acrylic fragments are by Brazilian brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana for Italian brand Edra.

Scrigno by Fernando and Humberto Ca

Called Scrigno, the collection includes a chest of drawers, tall-boy and sideboard.

Scrigno by Fernando and Humberto Ca

The plywood pieces are coated in metallic paint before the acrylic shapes are applied on top.

Edra presented the range at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in April. See all our stories about Milan 2010 in our event category.

See all our stories about the Campana brothers in our feature category.

Here's some more information from Edra:

Scrigno, Fernando and Humberto Campana, 2010

“Settimino” (seven-drawer tall-boy), chest of drawers and low storage unit in plywood, covered with mirror-finish laser-cut acrylic shapes.

The colour-coordinated painted parts have a metallic finish formulated especially for edra.

Available in a selection of shades.

See also:


Barbarians by the Campana Brothers for Edra Brenno by Francesco Binfaré
for Edra
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Milan 2010

Posted on Friday July 16th 2010 at 4:43 pm by . Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • Looks like an evolutionary advancement of their Favela Chair. It has a similar feel but a much more refined appearance. I think the addition of color and new finishes helps too!

  • felix

    Red version is great, not so sure about the other two.

    The top and bottom draws are not flush with the body of the cabinet, maybe this is so you can open them which begs the question of how you open the other draws.

    It seems pretty simple to make one of the gaps between the acrylic panels larger on each drawer so you can use it as a handle.

    Would have been nice if the last photo had one of the doors open.

  • Well yes, I see the motiv somehow in here, the surface effect created with acrylic shapes on metallic paint plywood manifestates the beauty of age in classical oil paintings beared by crevices ; )

  • easy to do yourself with wood and painting

  • Marc

    … a bit to much deko.

  • GOsh

    This may sound crazy but i don’t see how the need of acrylic is needed in this process?

    Just plywood and spray would do the job but acrylic cuts??