das design nightstand

posted by the scholar on December 31st, 2007
filed under: design, furniture, wood

this nightstand from san francisco daniel schultz for his das designs is perfect. just perfect. it is made from continuous boards of black walnut wood which wrap around the entire piece, keeping the grain consistent on all sides. excess hardware is unnecessary thanks to the gently curving edges, which serve as a way to open each dovetailed maple drawer. the clean design is finished with an inset top.



daniel has a degree from the school of architecture at rensselaer polytechnic institute. the details of his training are revealed in his precise details, uncluttered designs and thoughtful craftsmanship – the themeline through his entire collection.

see the das website for more beautiful furniture.

via padstyle

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2 Responses to “das design nightstand”

  1. Bri Says:

    This is beautiful, Gigi. The dovetailing is a nice touch. I love the curves with the hard edges. Classy.

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    oh i am glad you like it too! i am sure it is worth every penny to have a substantial piece of furniture that could be considered heirloom quality!

    a very happy new year to you! 🙂

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