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A design that brings together creative asymmetries to develop unique shaped wall and base units.
Matt lacquer colours combined with Galaxy Stone make a huge difference in adding a tactile, solid feel to your project.
A light-filled “pure white” setting provides the perfect backdrop to the piece, giving it a truly sophisticated style with a subtle hint of the East.
The Regolo wardrobe with sliding doors is an example of maximum personalization.
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The modularity of these shaped wall units makes them supremely versatile, giving you the freedom to create your own compositions, such as this interlocking arrangement in bark-patterned Marte with
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Furniture reinterpreted as tactile sculpture, allowing you to express your needs for comfort and practicality, as well as inspiring your projects.
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The wall units in the Mobilgam Living collection allow infinite customisation options, not just through the wide choice of materials and finishess, but also through the way they are positioned on t
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The “Zibra” modular shelf system allows you to design creative bookshelves with coloured back panels. Customise entire walls or create a jigsaw by integrating them with wall and base units.
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The Mobilgam Living range will fulfil your taste for freedom and your desire to develop modular furniture solutions that fulfil multiple functions, as in this case where a Laminam wall-mounted stor
A suspended volume stands out against the wall like a work of art, the Marte brush-effect creates two valuable storage drawers with its scratchy strokes, the Light Walnut door showcases the content
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
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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.
The Space door is distinguished by its formal seriousness, with everything calibrated from the choice of the metal frame in the same or contrasting colours which becomes a grip for comfortable open
The Joy sideboard stands out for its minimal lines, a series of doors of different widths with push-pull opening, equipped with shelves.
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.
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The true strength of the Mobilgam range lies in the possibility of playing with different materials within the same elements, as in the case of this tall unit in which Fumo Istinto interrupts the s