Atelier MO.BA. - CELINE | Sideboard

Wood veneer sideboard with doors

Credenza - Four-door unit with wooden structure, veneered in African ebony. The geometric design is softened by the tapered corners at the front. At the sides, a chrome-plated metal frame surrounds an insert of the same wood as that on the front. The doors are veneered in Makassar ebony or maple wood embellished with an hand-produced inlay with a floral-inspired Art Deco motif in mother-of-pearl, copper, mahogany or maple wood. The two central doors are penned in by a titanium-finished frame in relief. The item of furniture is supported by a wavy curved element with a metal core and titanium finish that sits on a rectangular base in Makassar ebony. Materials: Makassar ebony. Finish: glossy. Dimensions: 280 cm x 50 cm x h 104 cm.Fairytale depictions of nature, with their woods and starry nights, are the thinly-veiled inspiration behind the Atelier Mo.Ba. Celine Collection dedicated to the living-room and common spaces. The collection comprises a dining table, a coffee table, a display cabinet, a decorative pillar, an armchair and a credenza and is designed to bring a touch of magic to the domestic setting. The fairytale element is epitomised by the inlaid floral decoration, present on each piece of furniture like the branch of a magic tree from which mother-of-pearl flowers and copper leaves spring forth, illuminating the dark solidity of the Makassar ebony. Elegant and delicate, the refined Art Deco motif decorates furniture and tables, follows the curves and caresses the corners without ever losing its continuity, embellishing the doors of the credenzas, the surfaces of the tables and the inside of the large display cabinet. When it comes to the details, the colour palette, one of the company’s most distinctive elements, offers a series of almost unexpected combinations: in the delicate contrasts of the decorations, in the shades of the table bases, and in the armchair cover that depicts a starry sky. The Celine Collection showcases Atelier Mo.Ba.'s expertise in cabinet work and the art of inlay, in its ability to combine classical and contemporary elements in a perfect formal and aesthetic equilibrium.