The “Primitive Illusionist” cabinet plays with illusions and visual trickery. The inspiration for the object comes architectural elements such as Roman aqueducts. The arcs on the side are functional openings while those on the front and back are false doors, creating a kind of riddle between object and user. The upper part of the cabinet is made of black MDF veneered with ash wood. The arc shapes are milled through the wooden layer to show the black material underneath. The legs are made of raw steel rod and concrete reminiscent of building foundations.