Made in the Workshop Sheet Cabinet
The design of Piet Hein Eek for Made in the Workshop Sheet Cabinets came forth from two thoughts: firstly, to use material, montage techniques, and production techniques as effectively as possible; secondly, to keep every detail of the furniture visible. The complete cabinet is made from only one standard-sized metal sheet, one meter high. The profile of the sheet is kept visible. From above, the cabinet looks like a blueprint. Elements are also kept visible at the back, as the cabinet is designed as a free-standing piece.
The cabinet is produced in grey plates, every cabinet has two doors and is available in three sizes. The top panels of the low and middle-high cabinets are made of steel, and can be adjusted in size. That way, it is possible to place two or three cabinets together and connect them with single top panel made of plywood, steel or glass.
Material: powder coated sheet metal and available for example color grey RAL 7035.
Design: Piet Hein Eek (2006).