The Future Perfect’s Modern Cabinets: A Contemporary Art Gallery
The Future Perfect Gallery was founded by David Alhadeff in 2003 and has become one of the world’s foremost contemporary design galleries. Inside, there are many furniture design pieces that are wonders to the eyes, but today, we’re about to unravel the modern cabinets that you will absolutely fall in love with.
ELM TILE CABINET BY PIET HEIN EEK
For this cabinet, Piet Hein Eek used elm instead of scrap wood. The structure and colour variations of elm are, in this case, more beautiful than oak or beech. This designer makes great and imposing modern cabinets, let’s check them out!
NLXL PRESENTATION CABINET BY PIET HEIN EEK
Released just this year, the NLXL Presentation Cabinet is a one of a kind modern design. Featuring watertower wood and brass detailing this modern cabinet is a sure way to elevate your contemporary design.
New to the Waste collection, the Waste Tile Cabinet is meticulously crafted in Piet Hein Eek’s studio using the traditional wood-working technique.
DRINKS CABINET 83-1 BY MARCIN RUSAK
A body of softly rounded edges offset angular interior intersections. Finished mainly in textured bronze, the juxtaposing satin zinc vertical allows for light to bounce within and illuminate the cabinet compartments. If you love modern cabinets that are completely “transparent” in what you are holding inside of it, this one’s for you.
WELDED STEEL CABINET BY PIET HEIN EEK
Over time, Piet Hein Eek’s workshop accumulates large amounts of discarded, cut-off material from his past projects, which is never thrown away. This is a peculiar detail about his exquisite modern art pieces.