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Today we bring you the furniture types to inspect in "Unseen Value"!

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Introduction

Hello, IndieDB community!

Welcome to the second game dev article of our game: “Unseen Value”. Today we are going to show you the furniture types present in the game.


Furniture types

There are a lot of furniture types in the Lusíada style. We have four groups of furniture: rest, landing, contain and religious.

The resting types of furniture are chairs, beds, stools, cots, etc...

The landing types of furniture are the table, writing stand, tray and game board, etc...

The contain types of furniture are the trunk, box, casket, cabinet, fall-front cabinet, single door cabinet, drawer, writing box, etc...

The religious type are the pyx, host box, reliquaries, portable altar, missal stand, etc.

For "Unseen Value" we selected some furnitures of the contain and religious type. They were chosen because they had a small size and were the types more recognizable by the average admirer.

Box

A container with a flat lid, the interior can be accessed by lifting the lid.

caixa cingalo portuguesa


Image 1: Lusíada Box (photo by: Cabral Moncada Leilões / Vasco Cunha Monteiro)



Casket

A container with a domed or convex lid, the interior can be accessed by lifting the lid.

cofre indo portuguesa


Image 2: Lusíada casket (photo by: Cabral Moncada Leilões / Vasco Cunha Monteiro)



Cabinet

A piece of furniture with a rectangular or cubic shape, filled with drawers (four or more). Sometimes, the drawers are hidden by two doors that open to the side.

contador indo portugues


Image 3: Lusíada cabinet (photo by: Cabral Moncada Leilões / Vasco Cunha Monteiro)



Fall-front cabinet

A piece of furniture with a rectangular or cubic shape, filled with drawers (four or more). The drawers are always hidden behind a door that opens from the top.

escritorio mogol


Image 4: Lusíada fall-front cabinet (photo by: Cabral Moncada Leilões / Vasco Cunha Monteiro)



Single door cabinet

A piece of furniture with a rectangular or cubic shape, filled with drawers (four or more). The drawers are always hidden behind a door that opens sideways

vento namba


Image 5: Single door cabinet (photo by: Cabral Moncada Leilões / Vasco Cunha Monteiro)



Drawer

A piece of furniture with a rectangular shape, wherein in the front can be found one or more drawers.

gaveta indo portugues


Image 6: Lusíada Drawer (photo by: Cabral Moncada Leilões / Vasco Cunha Monteiro)



Missal Stand

A piece of furniture used to support the Missal.

Namban Missal


Image 7: Lusíada Missal Stand



Next week we are going to talk about the furniture styles present in "Unseen Value" and why were they chosen.

Until then:


Have a nice week


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Marema Studios

See you in the next article!


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