This sideboard was inspired by a boxing ring

Chilean designer Emmanuel Gonzalez Guzman, has designed and made Cuerda (in English it translates to rope or string), a wooden sideboard that was inspired by the ropes of a boxing ring.

 
 

Chilean designer Emmanuel Gonzalez Guzman, has designed and made Cuerda (in English it translates to rope or string), a wooden sideboard that was inspired by the ropes of a boxing ring.

 

Chilean designer Emmanuel Gonzalez Guzman, has designed and made Cuerda (in English it translates to rope or string), a wooden sideboard that was inspired by the ropes of a boxing ring.


The ropes are intended to show what’s inside the sideboard, but at the same time, hide the contents.


Chilean designer Emmanuel Gonzalez Guzman, has designed and made Cuerda (in English it translates to rope or string), a wooden sideboard that was inspired by the ropes of a boxing ring.


The sideboard is made from plywood, with wood turned legs, and the ropes are a high-strength elastic cord.


Chilean designer Emmanuel Gonzalez Guzman, has designed and made Cuerda (in English it translates to rope or string), a wooden sideboard that was inspired by the ropes of a boxing ring.


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