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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 surface in Grigio-stained Ash. The same is true of this shelf spanning the space between the tall units with an aesthetic effect that’s strongly suggestive of continuity.
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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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The Ottone-lacquered tall unit elements brilliantly offset the woodwork in Brown Walnut that stands as a “minimalist” wall enhanced by open wall units and a tone-on-tone base unit.
Horizon - comp 901
A design that brings together creative asymmetries to develop unique shaped wall and base units.
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The composition, created by combining shaped open wall units alternating with horizontal or square voids, allows you to play with the
shapes to suit your wall space.
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.
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The perfect way to furnish an open plan area with a light touch, enjoying the warmth of the fire, “cut back” in minimal lines against the wall.
Horizon - comp 946
The unique aspect of the Mobilgam Living programme is that you can combine different elements and materials to create your own personal home-furnishing project.
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Solutions using vertical panels allow whole walls to become practical, while the double-sided versions can replace dividing walls.
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Colourful open units add a sense of playfulness as they stretch across an attractive solid wall.
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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.
The Joy sideboard stands out for its minimal lines, a series of doors of different widths with push-pull opening, equipped with shelves.
In this case, Stage has been personalized with the highly refined brushed finish in Caffè providing a background for the central panels in tinted ash in Wengè within which are situated integrated h
A volume suspended on light supports, Slim’s hexagonal textures derive from the three-dimensional processing of the surfaces of the fronts, which are interrupted by practical open compartments in L