C# Sideboard by Ana Barbu

August 7th, 2016 by retail design blog

The C# sideboard takes its name from the intersection between horizontals and diagonals found in the panels’ hatch. The sideboard won 2nd prize at the National Furniture Design Contest in Romania, 2015. The main source of inspiration is the hatch, the concept was meant to create a diverse range of geometric shapes, cubes laid out on an edge, triangles, hexagons, but at the same time a graphical mashup of hashes.

At the whims of the user, the sliding panels can form endless juxtapositions which can be combined with contrasting colours and drawings, which allow the possibility of hiding or highlighting books, decorations or other stored items. The sliding panels are detachable and can be reattached anywhere on the rails. The sideboard dimensions are: L 180 cm x W 40 cm xD 60 cm. The cabinet’s playful design is suitable for all ages, allowing the user to become a creator in his own right.

Designed Ana Barbu
Photography by Adrian Ianculescu













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