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Stunning Furniture Design

The design of the Booleanos cabinets is based on concepts such as addition and subtraction or construction and deconstruction. The overlapping effect is caused by different wood finishes, colors and textures. Booleanos was designed by boutique design consultancy Joel Escalona and it’s part of the project Objeto Glocal Deco, commissioned by Glocal Design Magazine, a publication from Mexico City in collaboration with Masisa, a manufacturer brand of mdf, mdp and particle boards.

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