The cabinet Navajo Canyon reinvents the glorious majesty of Arizona cliffs with their twists and turns along the Colorado River. With the identical proportions and tones of the rock formations sedimented over thousands of years, this cabinet is built through a complex process finished in full height walnut veneer and its base in white sycamore. By accentuating the long exterior lines without any visible opening, the apparently solid volume resembles the stone walls, so we can travel a long journey through the serpentine cliffs. On the walnut interior of the cabinet, two glass shelves go unnoticed while the turquoise silhouette of the Colorado River suddenly appears between four drawers. Taking advantage of the natural curves, each drawer opens, unveiling its interior totally lacquered in the same hue which gives us the feeling of jumping in freefall from the top of the cliff to dive in the crystal clear waters of the river.