Sergio Brioschi's rigorous design is expressed in a sideboard with perfect geometry reflected in the lines of the legs and the handle. The hinged doors conceal two internal drawers, designed to organize the space in the best possible way. The rigour of this lacquered wood cabinet can be broken by combining different colours and finishes, in the pursuit of maximum customisation. With such a freedom in its composition, this designer cabinet fits well into living rooms and open spaces of any style and can also be used to divide a space. In addition to the low and rectangular version, Woody can be tall and square. The tall, square version of the Woody sideboard is a sort of modern sideboard. The design always follows the same rigour, with four hinged doors and, in this case, just one internal drawer. The only stylistic quirk by Sergio Brioschi is the design of the handles that, together, repeat the shape of the cabinet and are positioned in order to make it easy to open. This Jesse cabinet is also an example the way in which Italian design pays attention to every detail. Just like the rectangular version of Woody, there are numerous ways to customise it and the square version of Woody can satisfy every taste, leaving space for the most daring combinations with the colours of the matte and glossy lacquered finishes of the collection.