For any recent complaints that modern furniture is made with too little care and detail, the Commode Grani would prove to dispel them -- should it be manufactured, of course. It's a rare find for a dresser, sculpted across the entirety of its surfaces with seemingly organic and random crystalline contours and geoform faces.
The cubist paintings of Picasso and the practice of origami inspired this piece by Vladimir Tomilov, influencing the crisp folded texture of the stout storage system. What is particularly engaging about the Commode Grani is the way that this creased facade continues across the front of the drawers as well. A captivating visual impression is delivered when the dresser is closed, but it becomes utterly perplexing once the cubbies are open. Vibrant paint colors and a glossy finish dazzle the eyes even further.
Ironically, the Commode Grani Keeps Your Clothes Wrinkle-Free
Amelia Roblin — May 29, 2012 — Art & Design