The Japanese influence of the Hayama Cabinet for Cassina speaks immediately. It echoes the same formal cut of the Haori, a traditional kimono jacket, playing on volume and subtraction. It also constitutes an homage to Kazuhide Takahama, the architect who industrialized the antique lacquering tradition. Oblique legs, in relation to the main structure, are a distinctive element of this simple and elegant sideboard. Its minimal yet solid form is accentuated by thinned edges, that lighten the appearance. With two doors and internal transparent glass shelves, the cabinet is available in either matt grey wood, with a briar-root effect, or polished lacquer in a wide choice of colours.