Dimensions: 94″ wide, 32″ high, 26″ deep
Materials: African Mozambique exterior, White Birch interior
Date: Completed in 1990 as a private commission
Description: A cabinet/sculpture with 4′ thick doors and sides carved in solid Mozambique. This style of carving was debuted and exhibited in Directional Furniture in New York City in 1972. In the 90’s it was revived by me and dubbed “Geolithic Carving” because of its inspiration from the action of water on rock over billions of years. The carving motif is a variation on Swahili I. The base is laminated, bent and lacquered plywood. Interior fitments in this cabinet include trays for bottles and glasses, pull-outs for stereo and television units as wall as draws for CD storage.