The Quadra line, extreme minimalism that plays with aesthetics and functions through light and modular metal structures inspired by an informal interior design style in which open compartments can coexist with wall units.
The Quadra wardrobe displays its “glamourous” profile with the interplay of surfaces in mirrored finish in Bronzo and metallic lacquer in Ottone, creating a very refined space in which the material
A 48 mm thick door, guaranteeing stability and lightness at the same time, is the basis of Scacco Plus, a wardrobe that challenges conventional minimal rigour by daring to use asymmetric forms whic
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.
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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
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
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 true Star that attracts attention to itself for its originality, such as the one that is expressed through the oblique cut of the surface in Dark Walnut essence which with an inlay effect brings
The Lounge wardrobe is composed of two sliding doors available in three widths characterized by the division of the surface in five areas which can be personalized.
Coffee table Fiore
The Fiore coffee table, in Avio and Ottone lacquer, is as welcoming as the delicate petals of a spring garden.
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 Joy sideboard stands out for its minimal lines, a series of doors of different widths with push-pull opening, equipped with shelves.
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 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