Third in their series of luxe contemporary cocktail cabinets, the graphic signature motif inlaid in selected metal (brass/nickel/copper) is inspired by Kansai Yamamoto’s jumpsuit for Bowie’s 1974 Aladdin Sane tour (Yamamoto himself inspired by an Oskar Schlemmer costume for a Bauhaus ballet), its black bolivar doors inlaid with metal in a mesmeric optical pattern. Patinated hinges allow the glistening black bolivar doors to completely fold back to reveal figured ivory anegre with a shagreen bar top. Goatskin or lamb nappa—lined drawers open using handmade pulls; the cabinet’s top is fitted with an oil-filled rotary damper, allowing it to fall slowly to a close. The cabinet sits on an aged or polished brass base, also available in mirror-finished stainless or patinated bronze, to suit. Hand rubbed satin lacquer finish; available in custom sizes, in a selection of timbers (natural and pressure-dyed) and metal inlays/metal bases, including brass, stainless steel, copper and patinated bronze. Edition of 6 + 1AP.
Zelouf & Bell work closely with clients and specifiers to a brief, and can customize limited edition portfolio pieces, in terms of materials, finishes, dimensions, form and function. While no unique pieces is the same, Zelouf & Bell work with clients to realize equally dreamy pieces, each with its own unique character and design.
Materials: Black Bolivar, Aged Brass, Anegre, Shagreen, Goat Skin
Dimensions (in): 55 H x 31.75 W x 17 D
Dimensions (cm): 140 H x 80.6 W x 43 D