Venetian designer Luca Nichetto has created a collection of cabinets carved with geometric patterns for Italian brand Casamania.
"Toshi is a family of cabinets relating to the mosaic decorations that can be found in some buildings in Tokyo" explains the designer.
Made from milled and lacquered MDF, the cabinets come in a variety of shapes, heights and colours, and can be combined in numerous configurations.
Smaller containers in contrasting colours are also available, designed to compliment the family of sideboards.
The cabinets are mounted on either a low, recessed base or metal square-section legs that raise the cupboards further away from the floor.
Luca Nichetto recenltly teamed up with Japanese studio Nendo to create a range of products including a knitted room-divider and a scaly carpet, which were presented in Milan last month.
Other designs we've recently featured by Luca Nichetto include a lamp called Stewie that is the height, size and luminosity of a TV and a lounge chair with a folding backrest.
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