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Texas Tansu - Stackable Office Chests

comments (1) August 24th, 2011 in Project Gallery
swingman swingman, member

Stacked Tansu 3
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Stacked Tansu 3


A set of stackable 'tansu' chests with drawers, doors and adjustable shelves. Made with contrasting woods, the primary material is oak plywood, with walnut face frames and oak drawer fronts and doors, outfitted with walnut pulls. A desktop fits between the two stacks, which can be configured any number of ways.


Design or Plan used: My own design - Karl Caillouet
posted in: Project Gallery, tansu, stackable, stepped

Comments (1)

MarcioWilges MarcioWilges writes: The chest looks very Japanese in design actually. I've encountered one of these in a client's home when we were helping him with moving things around. Not the easiest article of furniture to be handling let me tell you that!
Posted: 11:02 pm on December 11th

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