A "chest of drawers" really is the way to consider most dressers, yet the Moon Dresser is missing the chest. Each of the storage compartments in this piece can be moved about independently, facing different directions and creating visual intrigue.
E1+E4 was designed by Enrico Mangialardo and assembled from 50 pieces. The gentle concave curves of the drawer fronts are a lovely matte white, while their sides and backs merge into sweeping convex arcs with glossy finishes. You don't get the conventional rectangular cubbies, but this rigidity would not be missed remotely. What you have are four front-accessed storage boxes that can pivot 360 degrees around from the wooden base of the Moon Dresser. These might be shifted according to convenience or as a means to create visual intrigue in a room.
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