Cabinet 2192, also called the "Corrugated cabinet", was designed by Josef Frank in 1954. The cabinet is named after the profiled front which gives an impression of corrugated paper. The profiling provides a shadow effect which makes the design both unusual and innovative.
Josef Frank often used different materials in his designs. In this case, this is shown in the lacquered cabinet, the inside of mahogany and the typical acorn -shaped hinges in brass. This cabinet has previously been made with a leather top. There are also preserved cabinets from Josef Frank’s time in Vienna, made in his own fabrics.
Two removable shelves are included.