The Dita Occasional Unit proudly, yet gently, asserts its personality through it’s curved appearance. The doucine – a moulding formed from two arcs of a circle, at once concave and convex – is at the heart of the design. This feature highlights the originality and technical complexity showcasing this unit’s uniqueness. The occasional unit procures a harmonious wave-like shape (or a natural undulation) which, with its subtle flaring, gives the effect of breaking up a structure which would otherwise be rectilinear and impersonal.
The front of each door has the doucine detailing, tapered towards the top and broader at the bottom. This feature slightly reduces the width of the unit at the top, thus giving it an elegance and singularity. Another feature is the working of the front corners, with a hollow joint which appears to be hewn from the body of the unit. This effect is further accentuated by the timber veneer. This furniture piece boasts 2 doors and 3 interior shelves.