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Patinated or Blackened Steel "Highboy" with Cast-Concrete and Walnut Interior

$11,500per item

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This "highboy" features 4 deep drawers. The counter-top and base is cast concrete. The piece is wrapped and fully finished with steel that is employed as a veneer. The steel is blackened using a patina process and then sealed with oil and buffed wax. The cabinet interior is walnut veneer on fibrecore. Hardware is Blum "tip-on" (push-to-open) Movento.

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    Ships From: Biddeford, ME
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About the Maker

Stefan Rurak Studio

Stefan Rurak Studio's furniture defies conventional boundaries. Founded by the artist Stefan Rurak, his is a Brooklyn-based atelier that merges modern conceptual design with time-honored craftsmanship. The results are evocative, one-of-a-kind, furniture and accessories that are built to span generations. The Studio specializes in bespoke services for private clients. By collaborating with the distinctive and profound properties of materials such as concrete, steel and wood, Stefan Rurak Studio is able to craft furniture that transcends utilitarian ends, and becomes art.
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Located in Biddeford, ME
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