Category: Cabinets and containers
Strength and flexibility, solidity and lightness, simplicity and creativity. Philippe Tabet has designed a collection of casegoods for the bedroom which inhabits the overlap between opposing natures, with distinctively crafted contours and a combination of wood and glass.
The top extends over the structure, which curves gently outwards on both sides to support it, like a tray that appears to float. A stylish and functional open shelf detaches from the top of the drawers below.
The Nota casegoods are created in plywood, with a Piombo trasparent glass top. The side panels are available in Larice Carbone, Larice Ambra, Borgogna and Canaletto wood, drawers in matt and gloss lacquered finish, in the colours of the collection.
Philippe Tabet is a designer who loves images more than words. His style of communication is dry and essential, like his objects, which seem unable to be different from the way they are.
He sketches freehand and manages to makes his objects come alive on a piece of paper with a pencil. He has the ability to trace out the character of a chair, and describe, through its shape, the story that makes it unique. He was born in Versailles and studied in France, but chose to set up his own industrial design studio in Milan in 2015. Philippe Tabet’s ability to imagine something that was not there, combined with a deep respect for the authenticity of the materials, guided him in the new collections he designed for Pianca.
As a tribute to Sunday, the day of rest, the Domenica bed invites you to relax and recline in a solid, warm and protective embrace.
Haik presents itself as a harmonious blend of geometric shapes, able to reflect and play with the light of its beautiful metallic finishes, but also to fit with determination in areas essential.
The Pouf completes the Calatea collection, created by Cristina Celestino for Pianca.
Sometimes, the secret lies in simplicity. That is how it is for the renowned Indian naan bread, and so it is for the armchair of the same name, designed by Federica Biasi.
Elegant and sophisticated, the Cornice sideboard borrows its name from the eponymous wardrobe in the Pianca collection, scaling down its salient features to suit its new purpose.
Arranging a customised space for everything, creating distinctive combinations and balancing open and closed spaces: Spazioteca is the synergy of order, rhythm and proportion.
Like a treasure chest, the Amalfi wardrobe opens up to reveal its inner secrets. Not just clothes and shelves, but a home office niche for an unexpected, intimate workspace solution.
Understated style, inviting contours, softly combined. Rada is a bed with a flowing, intimate and delicate profile.
A simple, yet effective structure, like the one used for bricole, the wooden nautical markers found in the Venetian lagoon.
Flowing surfaces, as simple as the material they are made of. The collection of Pianca door front is enriched by Murano, a homage to the timeless appeal of Murano glass.
An elegant presence with a versatile character: Teorema is a blend of solidity and lightness.
The simplicity of its design conceals interesting and well-gauged geometric and constructive choices that explore and exploit the theme of the circle and symmetry.