Liquor Cabinet – Handcrafted in Maple and Zebrawood
This striking liquor cabinet is another wonderful creation from the fine woodworking studio of Ottawa’s Jacques Breau. Inspiration for this piece came primarily from sculptor Andy Goldsworthy’s work with Cairns. Jacques coupled those shapes with the form of a wall-hung child’s desk from mid-century France, and this beautiful liquor cabinet was the result. An interesting feature of this piece of furniture is the juxtaposition of different materials. Jacques marries Eastern Maple, a material commonly found in his region of Canada, with the exotic zebrawood or ‘zebrano‘, a golden hardwood with dramatic dark stripes that is found growing up to 150 feet tall in Gabon, Cameroon, and the Congo. This liquor cabinet also features cork and brass elements.
Materials: Eastern Maple, Zebrano, cork, brass
Dimensions: 24” H x 29.75” W x 9” D