This unique and contemporary cabinet is inspired by the Manueline style, a style of architectural ornamentation of the first decades of the 16th century. A perfect symbiosis of innovative design and techniques with historic heritage. The body is made from wood and coated in copper leaf, finished with a black lacquer gradient that highlights its imposing architectural lines, causing the same impression as the first glimpse at a great cathedral. Two overlay doors give way to an interior lined in copper that boasts a glass shelf and a set of four drawers. In absolute contrast with the modern body of this statement piece, the legs are carved from solid mahogany and it features a turned twist style, making the D. Manuel a versatile cabinet for either classical rooms or modern houses.
This unique cabinet features a unique finishes and remarkable design elements, inspired in the classic Manueline style. The cabinet surface has a copper leaf finish, with a black lacquer gradient applied on the exterior. Its legs are made from solid mahogany, and are crafted to a traditional form, finished in high gloss black lacquer.
Arts and Techniques
Wood work; Leaf gilding; Lathe work; Lacquering; Varnishing.
Materials and Finishes
Copper leaf, with black lacquer gradient on cabinet exterior; Mahogany legs with black lacquer finish.
W 110 CM | D 60 CM | H 165 CM
W 43.3 IN | D 23.6 IN | H 65 IN
Custom sizes and colors (gradient or metal leaf) are available with an upcharge.
Clean and Care