These cabinets & sideboards are a mix of original Frankl pieces & new adaptions. The red & black originals above were very close in design to each other, but in typical Frankl style they were always variations. The stepped tops are identical on both cabinets. The plinths have subtle differences. For the black version, rather than have 3 doors wide as the red version, he left the middle space open to give a sense of depth. This was something he did on many of his best Skyscraper style pieces. They really offer a wonderful Deco statement & splash of colour. Made to order, so they could be finished in other finishes as well.
The above design variations are basically the top 2 cabinets with some abstract Cubist designs on the front. These accentuate the Deco look of the pieces, turning them into works of art. They will give you some ideas of what we can do.
The pictures above show a deeper version of the cabinet, to give more storage space. The RH picture has the plinth cut away in front to add to the stepped look (we like to play with these designs as you can see & are not slaves to the past).