The cabinet holds two shelves of records and a record player on top. The construction follows the Japanese joinery philosophy of Miyadaiku, creating carpentry with expressed joints and using timber in ways that suits its characteristics (no use of glue, screws etc.)
The structure is a light tectonic frame, with each connection exposed. The beams gently rest on dowels that are held through the twin columns. (There is some slight winding in the timber, due to the depleted availability in these current times.)
Designed for disassembly, the cabinet is built of two fixed walls with all the shelving components between being loose. This makes for easier transport and simple assembly.