Showmanship and fantasy were hallmarks of legendary American badboy designer James Mont, the Godfather of Exotic Modernism. He caused a scandal in the late 1940's. If you're planning a little scandal of your own, we've got just teh piece for you. Inspired by an original design by James Mont, circa 1942, this grand cabinet is a work of art. With faceted doors and a unique tapered shape, it is well suited to work in the midst of any interior setting. It is crafted of Cherry solids and veneers. The cabinet features block-style feet with an open center. The interior houses a fixed shelf. Adorning the doors are hand-forged ring pulls. Painted accents included. Gilt accents available at an additional charge.
Although an Architect by formal education and training, Scott Himmel describes himself as an interior architect, interior designer and furniture designer. He has been the Principal of his own firm for over 40 years and is always looking to keep freshly abreast about all manner of the interior design industry. Himmel is the mastermind behind Truex and his brilliant interpretation of post WWII American interior designers is evident throughout the collection. He interprets Truex as “.....“a curated line of pieces designed for individual clients, not mass production “.