Laconic and compositionally clear cabinet is decorated according to the traditions of English interior. Coupled semi-columns of Corinthian order set a steady rhythm to the front and separate two sections of the cabinet: glazed wardrobe, section for a plasma panel and open book shelves located on both sides. Above the bench line there is an attic storey, which makes the cabinet look simply and allows imagining your favourite interior items inside. The cabinet is made of Karelian birch of a mild shade with light patina and decorative apple-grub. Rare bronze decor consists of exquisite capitals of the Corinthian order with a frieze of palmettes stretching along the entire length of the front. In their attempts to develop the idea of invisible storage systems, the company's designers placed 4 additional lockers behind decorative semi-columns with decorated doors. The highlight of the new cabinet is a mini-bar hidden behind one of these doors. The decoration of the bar is fully associated with its design. Small doors are decorated with miniature pilasters with Corinthian capitals. According to the idea, the shutters of the bar are controlled by a secret mechanism. This is another reminder of the interior of the past, when secret compartments used to be a special privilege of expensive furniture. The "Aurelius" set also includes a large desk which repeats the decoration of the cabinet.