Twelve months after presenting the prototype, the new sideboard Superego is proposed this year in its final version, ready to come onto the market. The industrialization has required the execution of six moulds: swinging arms in dye cast aluminium, sides in high density polyurethane foam, covering shells of drawn steel, curved profiles in extruded aluminium, doors in bent plywood. In the setting up phase, the innovating opening system has been further developed in order to offer a pleasant and surprising "slow motion" effect, both when opening and closing the door.
High sideboard characterized by soft and rounded off shape. The cabinet is enclosed by two side shells, in reflecting stainless steel or lacquered. The peculiar curved doors open alternatively overlapping one to the other by means of a swing arm with controlled return system (patent pending). Finishes of the interiors is white matt, with a central block, containing the opening mechanism and a space fitted with two extractable tray, always matt slate grey. The interior is illuminated by a lighting system hidden in the side shells, with automatic switch driven by the movement of the door. Finish of top and doors: white matt lacquer, glossy lacquer in white, black or red NY, stained zebrano. Finish of the side shells: white matt lacquer, glossy lacquer in white, black or red NY, bright polished stainless steel.
Designer: Marco Acerbis