Hanging containers alternate with empty spaces to satisfy the very latest needs of a contemporary lifestyle: to put away, to rest, to hang and to showcase. Lights, cleverly inserted between the units and the wainscoting, to evidence the contrast between the volumes, to provide extra value for the functions, to highlight the objects. Architecture also consisting of light and shade, therefore, just like architectural design of exteriors, stressing more abstract values.
The panels have an oak, matt or brilliant lacquered finish (white or pearl grey). The units have an oak, grey oak or matt lacquered white body. The doors and bases have an oak, grey oak or lacquered finish, matt or brilliant; white or black or pearl grey. The open units can also have a mirror glass back. The back of cubes closed with a door are always white to boost the internal lighting.
After four years from the presentation, an important update and development for a unique and distinctive wall unit, now even more usable and versatile. In particular the new additions have been specifically conceived to suit the great change in home entertainment electronic equipments and their need of integration.
- 135 cm large panels, to suit the LCD / Plasma screen up to 50’’ and hide all connecting cables.
- Base, with flap door and technical channel for wire management, specialised for home-entertainment electronic devises storage.
- 12 mm tempered glass shelves, transparent or grey transparent, fixed to the panels provided with levelling system.