Towards the end of the 1980s Martine Bedin began to contemplate ‘unique and distinctive furniture ‘unaided by industry’. She also left Italy at this time to return home to Bordeaux where she sensed ‘a pressing need for architecture’. The furniture designed from then on took on a very strong architectural feel. The dressers presented here are part of Hélène Darroze’s commission for her restaurant on rue d’Assas in Paris. This is a smaller version than the one featured on our website. This model of dresser is similar to the 1995 Meuble du regard. Playing on a simple but extremely efficient idea, the dresser equally reveals and conceals its contents. Produced in solid Padauk wood.