Hystorical product of 1985
The intention of Laubersheimer is to create independent projects which radically change the traditional concept of living, like the WL2, bookshelf of simple forms using durable materials which contrast on one side with the “Gute Form” of postwar Bauhaus traditions and on the other the post-modern tendencies of the 80’s
Wardrobe consists of a panel of MDF covered with Oak veneer and flamed with slatted effect
Sofa with simple lines, but it offers a raft of compositional possibilities
The top with its oblong forms is supported by two “stiletto” columns resting on two round iron bases available in different, sophisticated material finishes
The Cleò chair combines the extreme linearity of the solid wood base with the soft design of the padded backrest
Sideboard features a long shape that tapers further at the ends, slanting legs, an extension of the sides and the original double folding door underlines the dynamism of the design
Palo Alto Wall
Palo Alto Wall is a night system in Boiserie. Characterized by uprights equipped with electrified rack fixed to the wall and by the backrests that make up the structure.
The Eros night group, consisting of a chest of drawers and nightstand, is characterized by the sophisticated dialogue between the different materials that compose it: metal, marble, wood.
Series of low tables with various modification of the tipology, dimensions and finishings
Collection realised with versatile elements that can be placed next to each other