Horizon - comp 918
Furniture reinterpreted as tactile sculpture, allowing you to express your needs for comfort and practicality, as well as inspiring your projects.
The three-dimensional aspect of the surfaces can be seen in the texture of the tall unit, which creates a play of tactile sensations, and of the tone-on-tone effect of the on-trend lacquers.
The Scacco wardrobe finds originality in four panels and presents ways to interpret this “volume” of furnishing so that it fulfils not only functional needs but also the unmistakable beauty of arti
Horizon - comp 943
An original way of thinking of a bookcase is to create it as a focal point that’s also functional.
Glass, expresses itself through the geometry of a central design that highlights the contrast between opaque and polished glass in Nuvola in a refined tone-on-tone suggesting the potential to perso
The Liscia wardrobe with hinged doors is synonymous with formal minimalism by definition, with the tendency to integrate itself into the architectural space like a functional wall, meaning the elem
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.
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.
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
Through a rhythmic succession of parallel lines, the Riga wardrobe gains three dimensionality and depth in terms of style and value.
Horizon - comp 915
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
Horizon - comp 941
Solutions using vertical panels allow whole walls to become practical, while the double-sided versions can replace dividing walls.
Ariel in tinted ash in Ecrù highlights its central panel with a framed profile that invites “touch”, finished in Ecopelle 09 in Castoro, able to be personalized with glass or lacquer from the Mobil
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