Kiam is a collection of cabinets designed by Jean-Marie Massaud. The cabinets owe their special character to three unique design elements: the architectural support structures underneath the cabinets created by interlocking the cabinet’s leg endings with horizontal support beams, the beauty of proportions characteristic of Massaud and the hand-carved pattern on the cabinet doors that gives them a unique sense of depth, sophistication, and tactility. The carvings give the appearance that the cabinet doors were composed of 20cm thick layered stone, but they are entirely made in solid wood, like the rest of the cabinet.
Behind the thick hand-carved doors, the tall bar cabinet hides an intricate interior designed to store and serve wine and drinks, dinnerware, and other paraphernalia to meet the needs of “joie de vivre.”
The three-door cabinet can serve a variety of purposes, from a dining and living area storage piece, a hallway statement piece, and a bedroom dresser. Customized options of interiordesign will be offered to equip the cabinet for intended use.