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The Fort Standard Relief Stone Cabinet is Made Using Rock Slabs

 - May 6, 2016
References: fortstandard & dezeen
The retail design brand Fort Standard is known for using raw materials in its modular and contemporary furniture pieces, and the Relief Stone Cabinet is an ideal example that uses slabs of rock to recreate a shipping container shelving unit. The cabinet is incredibly durable, sleek and modern offering a indestructible design to store personal items inside.

Traditionally cabinets are made using wood, which is one of the reasons the Relief Stone Cabinet has such a striking appearance. The unit is made using luxe soapstone doors and shelves complete with a maple wood base that ties the unit together. The stone is caved to replicate the look and doors of a shipping container, providing large-scale units to store a variety of objects.