Cherner Table designed by Benjamin Cherner
Benjamin Cherner is the son of the furniture developer Norman Cherner and ceo of the Cherner Chair Company. He heads the multi-disciplinary style studio Chernerdesign. His latest work, a duplex penthouse in New York's East Village has actually been showcased in Dwell journal and the The big apple Open Home trip. His building layouts frequently integrate his dad's in addition to his own furniture designs. Benjamin Cherner is an authorized Architect in New York and Connecticut and holds degrees in Architecture from Arizona State university and Columbia University. He lives in New york city City with his partner the landscape architect Emma O'Neill, and their 2 youngsters Zelda and Bram.Cherner Table - OvalNew, formed plywood tables by Benjamin Cherner (kid of Norman Cherner) are created to compliment Cherner seating in a official or casual setting. Available in surfaces to match various other Cherner products. Molded plywood legs with exposed and profiled top.Cherner 4-door CredenzaVersatile storage space remedies for the home or office. Created completely from laminated, molded and cross-ply plywood, Multiflex casegoods are strong and light in weight. Clear surface walnut veneers and contrasting advantage laminations create a sturdy geometry and highlight the handcrafted mitered joinery. Readily available in a range of unit dimensions and storage configurations to suit practically any type of requirement. Made in the U.S.A.The "walnut-stained walnut (timeless)" choice has a walnut seat that has actually been covered with a walnut finish, which give the center and walnut veneer a consistent appearance. The "walnut-clear stain (natural)" choice has and has a walnut seat been covered with a clear finish, which highlights the compare in between the exposed beech center and walnut face veneer.The Multiflex storage space pieces are available in 60" sizes and 20" depths with either 29" or 21" elevations. They include a 3/4" multi-ply plywood situation, 1/2" multi-ply plywood cabinet boxes, 3/4" multi-ply plywood drawer faces with molded plywood draws and legs, full expansion cabinet slides and full overlay 3/4" multi-ply plywood doors. All elements have subjected ply edges.