The Mirar sideboard, from the Spanish word guardare, takes its shape and design from a glance.
A kind of abstract painting that tries to portray a face, using the colours of the beautiful natural wood essences as a palette. A parallelepiped chamfered on each side, simulates the roundness of a face, the tonal differences given by the change of essences mark the circularity of the eyes, the central compartment, left open, suggests a nose. A different way of observing the world, a different way of designing wood.