BY MATTIA BONETTI
Bonetti’s furniture, lighting and objects can be found in the collections of the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York, and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
The Fakir cabinet was made using a carcass is made using water jet cut machines for the holes and profile on Mirror finish Stainless steel 3.0mm sheet. Machined score line details for the corners allowed a sharp crisp edge with no radius. All the bespoke hinges, and footplates are unique to the Cabinet and Buffet. The Assembly of the cabinet used intricate welds and fixings as per the designer’s exact specifications. To finish 8,742 nickel plated mirror polished aluminium buttons are machined and painstakingly, fixed to the pre-holed cabinet.
A final mirror polish is carried out when the assembly is complete.