Inspired by the rural Australian landscape and aerial photography, the Terranos Cabinet by Australian designer Jack Frost has its exterior done in a very interesting way. The surging outside of the Terranos Cabinet describes the magnificent contours of the topography, which have been further given a geometrical profile. The cutouts on the front drawer are the aerial photographs that have been taken from satellite imagery. The cabinet has been designed in such a way, so that you cannot place objects on its top, in order to keep intact the artistic landscape form.
Offering 160-liters of storage, the Terranos Cabinet features five touch-to-open drawers that come with Blum Tip-On for Tandem running gear. The name Terranos combines two Latin words Terra and Novus, which means Modern Land.