A chest of drawers made from walnut & oak or oak & sycamore. The dimensions of this piece were dictated by the geometry; a necessity to achieve the pattern of concentric triangles with the inlay. These triangles exist on a plane slicing through the cabinet, even though on each surface they are running at 45⁰. The pattern moves in one direction through the chest, generating two, opposing focal points which are evident when viewed from either side. Again, repetition is employed as a way to create tension between the formal and the organic; each drawer-front is identical and the inlay is offset at a constant width.