Richness and variety in the choice of materials and textures, a game of intriguing juxtapositions and colour combinations. Tetris: a series of rectangular surfaces of different sizes are fitted together to free volumes, to design doors that cover interior spaces structured using shelves.
The metaphor of the moon alludes to the particular game of curves that delineates the headboard and represent the distinctive features of the Luna bed.
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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
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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.
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The pleasantness of a warm, sophisticated setting is underlined by this composition, incorporating luxury Ottone-lacquered tall unit elements, which takes centre stage.
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.
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The colour and feel of the material draws the eye to the geometric shapes constructed in the Brown Walnut frame, creating a wallwhich offers glimpses of another theme based on your own idea of the
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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Shaped, open units provide an original solution, emphasising the depth of the wall-mounted base units, in which gloss lacquered surfaces alternate with wood in Brown Walnut.
Extremely refined in its subdued elegance, the Cover hinged door wardrobe features six doors in two widths that alternate between the texture of tinted ash in Avorio and the hushed sensation of opa
The Tonè bed is identifiable by the singular form of the headboard and the possibility to personalize it by covering the internal panel leaving on display the precious slightly curved frame or cove
The Joy sideboard stands out for its minimal lines, a series of doors of different widths with push-pull opening, equipped with shelves.
Transparent glass and mirrors mix with decisive taste with surface materials in fabric and lacquered themes.