Highboard with grooves on a steel frame
The Array Highboard from Woud was designed by Says Who. The design studio took inspiration for the cabinet from wooden slate cladding from modern architecture. The tall storage consists of a filigree frame made of painted steel. On top of the frame is a cabinet module made of oak wood with two doors. One of the doors is decorated with vertical grooves. The grooves give the cabinet a beautiful depth and the visual effect of light and shadow arouses the curiosity of the viewer. The delicate frame and the grooves provide a certain lightness, which makes the highboard fit well into any room.
Inside the cabinet, a wide variety of things find a place on eight levels. Files, books, dishes and much more can be discreetly stored in the highboard. The Array Highboard from Woud is available in different versions and also as a low sideboard.