Tsukimi Bar Cabinet
Defined by a captivating graphic pattern evoking the clouds around the moon, this bar cabinet by designer Sakura Adachi is inspired by the Japanese festivals honouring the moon (Tsukimi in Japanese means moon-viewing). The rectangular frame of maple wood with black finish and yellow profiles, has a top with two doors accented by a black-and yellow striped pattern that intersects in the middle, like clouds overlapping in the night sky, to create a chessboard design where a drawer is hidden. The door units hide adjustable shelves for glasses while the central drawer is meant to hold the bottles.
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- Production TypeNew & Custom(Current Production)
- Production TimeIt will take 11-12 weeks to make this piece
- Place of Origin
- Date of ManufactureContemporary
- Materials and Techniques
- DimensionsH 55.12 in. x W 29.53 in. x D 15.75 in.H 140 cm x W 75 cm x D 40 cm
- Seller LocationMilan, IT
- Seller Reference NumberEXTRMI-018
- Reference NumberLU1706210811653
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About the Seller
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1stdibs seller since 2015
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Located in Milan, IT
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