Visual lightness and technology are the inspiring principles that promoted an inversion of the traditional storage paradigm, resulting in units that are developed vertically and preserve a perception of great lightness and freedom.
That’s what inspired Dressup: this system can be easily customised and used in endless ways: on the kitchen splashback, in the bathroom and in the hall.
The 50’s is a modern interpretation of 1950's bookshelf and storage systems, complete with new functions to satisfy the needs of a more fluid society.
The Intarsio system is inspired by the idea of taking apart the two-dimensional surface of traditional doors to break away from their customary geometry.
Unit is a dynamic, airy planning system that is not limited by wall constraints.
N_Elle is the made-over version of the Cesar’s monolithic project consisting of sharp, clean-cut lines and a very lightweight appeal achieved thanks to 45° module edges.