Terranos Cabinet draws inspiration from landscape and aerial photography

Inspired by the rural Australian landscape and aerial photography, the Terranos Cabinet by Australian designer Jack Frost has its exterior done in a very interesting way. The surging outside of the Terranos Cabinet describes the magnificent contours of the topography, which have been further given a geometrical profile. The cutouts on the front drawer are the aerial photographs that have been taken from satellite imagery. The cabinet has been designed in such a way, so that you cannot place objects on its top, in order to keep intact the artistic landscape form.

Offering 160-liters of storage, the Terranos Cabinet features five touch-to-open drawers that come with Blum Tip-On for Tandem running gear. The name Terranos combines two Latin words Terra and Novus, which means Modern Land.

Via: Notcot

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