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Camouflage Cabinet Black

Camouflage Cabinet Black

Chris Ruhe

Normale prijs €3.370,00
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A range of cabinets inspired and reflecting the pattern of sand at the beach, hence the name. The special ripple texture being achieved by carefully exposing the various layers of birch plywood, so converting this basic building material into a poetic reflection of the coast.

The black variation is available, where the outside is burnt black and then treated with wax to highlight the shape and texture of the surface.

A further option is to have the inside of the chest upholstered in leather in a suitable colour. 

Delivery time: 8 weeks

Materials & Process

Birch plywood

Dimensions & weight

Dimensions vary according to the project.

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Weight: 30 g

Shipping & Returns

Where available the costs of delivery will be displayed to you on the site during the check-out process. We chose the most appropriate shipping method for each product. Please note that in each case the cost of delivery will be added to the total you are required to pay us for the product.

Care Instructions

Care for your wood pieces by cleaning with a dry, soft cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals or cleaners that can damage the finish. Fine furniture thrives in a temperature-controlled environment, away from direct sunlight. Major changes in humidity, such as outdoor or uninsulated storage, can cause serious damage. Always avoid placing hot or moist objects directly on the wood—coasters are key.

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about the maker

Chris Ruhe

Chris was  born in 1976 in Rotterdam and studied at the HMC in Amsterdam.  After school, he  started his own atelier and where he still works on his own projects and ideas. This Gelderland based furniture maker who, through material inventiveness and curiosity,  includes something unique and fun in his work with a focus on the basic materials. His works are perfectly made but a bit illogical at first sight. Creating tension in the object keeps it fascinating.

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