These big cabinet/bench pieces were built for a videographer who needed a place to store equipment in his office. The tops are reclaimed pine, finished with beeswax and mineral oil. The frame is built primarily of 1" angle iron steel, with sheets of expanded metal used for infill.
The doors are removable from the face, held in place by magnets. The interior shelves are removable, and the entire enclosed space is continuous, so if anything long was to be stored inside, it could pass through any of the compartments into the next. The steel is finished with gun blue and the same beeswax/mineral oil mixture.
LED tape lights were integrated into the piece, controlled by a remote dimmer. Steel shelving units were attached to the wall above the cabinets for additional open storage, and an additional bench/cabinet was built for a nook on the other side of the office. This space was deeper at one corner than the other, so the piece was built to taper, in a trapezoid shape viewed from above.