The humble hinge was the starting point for Miami-based interior and product designer Luis Pons’s Tangara collection, crafted by expert Brazilian joiner Vermeil. Cabinets made of marine-grade plywood, solid-wood veneer, and lacquer assemble via CNC-cut, hand-finished “teeth” resembling topstitching. Stack and combine (or divide and isolate) units to create sideboards (with optional retro mirrored bar), dressers, nightstands, and so on. “Because the pieces are modular, they can group together to adjust to clients’ needs,” Pons explains. And with an expansive 19 available lacquer hues, from Honey Yellow to Pigeon Blue, there’s something for all tastes.
Luis Pons Design Lab Introduces a Cabinet Collection Inspired by the Hinge
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