The Taree Sideboard Appears to Undergo a Logical Disintegration

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 1, 2013 • References: e1e4 & furniturefashion
The Taree Sideboard is an engaging example of deconstructive design that likely shares little in common with your other household furnishings. Where many manufacturers strive to establish symmetry and a predictable rhythm, this storage system throws it all out of wack.

E1+E4 used lovely oak wood to build the cabinets, cut to form perfectly straight surfaces in some areas and dentilled edges on either side of the separate left cupboard. Although it's all one piece, this quirky construction method makes it look as though one side is breaking apart from the other.

To enhance this peculiar effect is the lacquered MDF material of the cabinet doors. This part of the Taree Sideboard is decorated in pixelated pieces of various shades of grey to achieve a compelling pattern of disorder. Stats for Defragmented Modern Furnishings Trending: Older & Mild
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