Ron Gilad transforms the chest of drawers – characterized by elements placed in a misaligned manner concerning the central axis – into a container piece of furniture where the containment and the open glazed parts overlap, shaping a single solid with a multifaceted surface. The drawers can be placed inline or unusually misaligned with the rest of the furniture.
The realization, always in American Walnut or Eucalyptus, is the perfect union between the micrometric precision of the mechanical processing and the craftsmanship in the folding and gluing of the structural elements. Series of open containers or with drawer in American walnut. Individual or composite elements are overlapping different parts to capture tables, chests of drawers, linear or irregular compositions for the living room area, or as a support box on the marble base of the 45° tables.