Showcased at Maison&Objet 2015, the circular, drum-shaped storage unit boasts of a cylindrical volume for keeping things inside. To that end, the top-half of the circular area remains always open for easy access. In essence, this section can be used for displaying your novelty objects that rather aid in embellishing your living room.
On the other hand, the bottom-half of the Luna cabinet exhibits its quadrant-inspired design credentials. Hidden by two spans of panels that rotate at 90 degrees (along the central axis of the circle) to reveal the content inside, this hidden section can be used to store more personalized items – be its keys, power banks or books.
The overall effect of the panels being closed, juxtapose with the ‘openness’ of the top-part – thus creating a functional installation with a simple yet alluring geometrical bearing. This form is complemented by the variant color schemes of the Luna, given its availability in varnished walnut veneer (with blue and green-hued quadrant panels), and lacquered orange finish (with walnut quadrant panels).