The Cross wardrobe with hinged doors presents itself as a “minimalist” wall in lacquer in Avorio embellished with the handles from which it derives its name. The Cross handles are characterized by an original inclined cut and insert, here in stone in Argentata, available in three lengths and allowing original asymmetries when positioned in pairs or mirroring one another for an excellent aesthetic result of comfortable practicality.
The Complanare sideboard is distinctive for its sliding doors and for the peculiar customisation of the recessed handle which, in this specific case, can be covered in leather and finished with int
A subtle line, like a horizon, divides the vertical doors of the Tratto wardrobe, in a refined lacquer in Cenere finished with the new Line handles which interpret this style with a thin metal blad
Mercurio, the bed imagined for those who love the warmth and refined nature of solid wood united with decisive and minimalist style.
The Telaio wardrobe, as seen in the composition on the left, has doors in glass and lacquered optical finish in Bianco and an aluminium frame in the same colour for a “timeless” look.
Horizon - comp 943
An original way of thinking of a bookcase is to create it as a focal point that’s also functional.
Horizon - comp 901
A design that brings together creative asymmetries to develop unique shaped wall and base units.
The stylistic reinterpretation of the Zen line includes a subtle nod to the sideboards of the 1950s: a light volume in matt Avio lacquer supported by a structure in black lacquered metal.
Horizon - comp 907
A unique combination is created through the juxtaposition of “Noir Desir Laminan”, with its sophisticated veining, with the “Light Walnut Kanetè” of the asymmetric base unit.
A patented accessory that offers notable advantages in the reduced space of a wardrobe section, this small antibacterial lamp can filter and purify the air using a low consumption, low noise fan.
The Regolo wardrobe with sliding doors is an example of maximum personalization.
Horizon - comp 917
Architectural elements can be used to draw the attention to what the designer wants to highlight, as with this unique, symmetrical sideboard that graces a wall through which we see a glimpse of “na