At last this sculptural TV cabinet is in place and all the cords contained neatly in the base.
The seven variously sized compartments are designed to hold the cable box, remote controls, and perhaps a dvd or a few books. The two seams in the Paperstone top elegantly slice the pentagon into three pieces. The sturdy painted poplar blocks that form the support structure are staggered in and out. The deeper set blocks disappear into the blackness of the piece.
Thanks to Gabe of Semolina Designs for selling me the remnant and helping with fabrication of the Paperstone top.
I’ll post photos of the finished kitchen next.