Furniture. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 15:08:49 PM
Donát be fooled by the minimalism of the Milano wardrobe. Inside this simple shell thereás a complex storage system carefully designed to offer all the comfort and functionality required from a walk-in closet. Its design is linear and elegant, combining traditional and contemporary accents and putting together looks and functionality, simplicity and flexibility.
Designs such as Bolanzas are suspended somewhere between sculpture and furniture. In fact, the entire collection is elevated to the rank of art, going beyond the basics of functionality and design. Its strong artistic personality is the defining characteristic and the attention to details is almost overwhelming.
Initially, a credenza used to be a furniture piece on which food that needed to be tested for poison was kept. This was a ritual done before serving important people and aristocrats. Back then, the credenza had no legs. More modern designs such as the one for the Blade Credenza, show a few design transformations. This one has large doors made from a single board of elm wood and brass door pulls. It sits on a steel frame plated in antique brass and this offers it a slim figure.
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