A model for a cabinet inspired by Magical Realism and repoussior in paintings.
Repoussoir is an object along the right or left foreground in a painting
that directs the viewer's eye into the composition. This technique is
found frequently in Dutch seventeenth-century landscape paintings.
This cabinet has 2 sides / 2 realities. From one side it’s a
drawer-cabinet, but from the other side it’s a regular cabinet. This
reflects the ‘illogical scenario’ although it seem ‘normal’. When you
open the cabinet doors, you will always see the drawer. This creates
awareness of the big space the cabinet contains. But by the use of only
the drawer the object has a much smaller usage-space.