Cramer set himself a considerable challenge: to inject some dreamy lightness into a piece of furniture that is habitually both imposing and fundamentally utilitarian. His inspiration? The wing of an airplane.
In addition, Cramer was required to allow for a variety of dimensions, thus adding to the complexity of his task. He applied a precise set of calculations to ensure that the Cantilever dresser maintains both functional stability and visual balance, regardless of the chosen size.
Hence, this piece can be extended in width, however the height and the depth are fixed, so as to remain faithful to the nature and fundamental identity of a dresser.
Doors open, the quality of the craftsmanship is glorified in the sensual curves of the wood. Doors shut, the cantilever dresser has the arresting ability to appear to be floating above the ground, about to take flight – the embodiment of an inspiring idea.