According to BD Barcelona, the latest design was issued to offer a "more aesthetically contained" style of the cabinet.
The cabinet comprises a wooden base structure covered with six millimetre-thick tempered glass that has been digitally printed to have a black background punctuated with colourful clusters of pixels.
These flashes of colour are designed to indicate where the user needs to touch to open the doors.
"The darkness will show you what the light hides," said the designer. "For me it's going back to the origin. I always work by printing with black ink, and if the results convince me and is essential, then I pass onto colour."
"We always try to reflect the personality of the authors with the cabinets in our catalogue," added the brand. "It's a typology of furniture that allows us to experiment on the outside with total creative freedom, whilst remaining functional internally."
The all-black cabinet comes in two sizes: the smaller cabinet measures at 200 by 51 centimetres, while the longer version is 300 by 51 centimetres. Both have a height of 67 centimetres.
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