Riddled Front Buffet

by Steven Holl for Horm
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Riddled Front Buffet $6,483.00
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  • description

    The light explodes, piercing through the diamond-shaped doors of the Riddled front buffet. Italian in design and manufacturing, Riddled Front buffet realizes the beauty of sculptures and architectures while adding functionality and conventional application to your dining needs. The playful interplay between the included interior light and shadow adds a brilliant and luminous touch.

    An object that uses a patented technology, which doesn’t require hinges, Riddled front buffet offers form and function meant to satisfy the most exclusive demands. Ideal for display and storage needs in a modern home thanks to ample surface area on the top and the durable glass shelves. Available in two heights and the frame comes in different lacquered finishes.

    • country of origin:Italy
    • Assembly Required:Yes
    • Shipping Charges:free
    Continuous exploration of technology, aesthetics, and function are the driving forces behind Horm. The company's constant strive for quality and functional beauty have led to a brand of residential furniture that is ready to meet people's everyday needs.
  • details
    • Walnut wood exterior
    • The frame comes in matte and glossy lacquered finishes
    • Internal shelves in clear tempered glass
    • Laser-engraved design
    • Lights are included
    • Buffet has no doors hinges
    • Available in two heights
    • Made in Italy
  • dimensions

    Low:

    • 75½"W × 19¾"D × 26"H

    Height:

    • 75½"W × 19¾"D × 38½"H
  • design

    designed by

    Steven Holl

    Steven Holl is a world renown American architect and designer who started Steven Holl Architects that has offices in New York and Beijing. The studio is a 40-person operation, and the company does work with museum, gallery, and exhibition design, retail design, office design, public utilities, and master planning. With a diverse portfolio, Steven Holl is a man of many talents.

    Steven Holl has countless awards and accolades to his name, including America's Best Architect from Time Magazine in 2001. His work is displayed in various museums and galleries. As if he isn't busy enough, he is also a tenured professor at Colombia University.

    manufactured by

    Horm

    Continuous exploration of technology, aesthetics, and function are the driving forces behind Horm, one of Italy's leading manufacturers of modern designer furniture. The company's constant strive for quality and functional beauty have led to a brand of residential furniture that is ready to meet people's everyday requirements and provide timelessly essential pieces. By combining minimalistic forms with artistic elements, Horm's products are innovative and perfect for a modern home. The designs are easily recognized by their degree of technical brilliance, thereby making the difficult look easy with sophisticated hardware, varied forms, and fluid movement.

    room service 360° is proud to offer designer Italian furniture and contemporary furnishings from Horm, such as dining tables, consoles, desks, bar stools, benches, and other home accessories. These iconic products are created by world-renowned designers such as Karim Rashid, Steven Holl, and Toyo Ito. Horm has won the prestigious Compasso d’Oro award three times, making them a highly sought after company that is respected around the world.

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