The presented form refers to a cupboard from the 19th century, where a two-storey type of development developed and popularized, where the upper part, often glazed, was significantly set back in relation to the lower development to create a standing top. The visual side has been heavily modernized and is based on simple, geometric solids. It has been varied with paneled fronts and an ornament of milled, diagonal lines on the drawer fronts, referring to the drawing of a veneered panel. There are also modern materials such as satin varnish, aluminum frames or synthesized stone with a polished surface and extraordinary scratch resistance. Upholstered drawer bottoms add a unique character and show the brand’s care to refine the smallest details.