Designed by Vico Magistretti, this bookcase with its simple,
clean-cut lines was the outcome of a detailed analysis of the classic model
featuring side supports and shelves. This piece is an icon of design, yet also
a veritable invention in terms ..
clean-cut, classic lines, this collection of container units has been conceived
to adapt to a wide variety of settings and styles. Revisited and recast, not
only in looks but also in technical terms, while being made more versatile, the
Part of the Cassina collection
since 2004, the Riflesso storage unit created in 1958 by Charlotte Perriand in
association with Steph Simon has a new iteration. As in the case of the Tables
en forme, which were designed in the 1930s and then upgrad..
Authenticity and avant-garde
characterise Charlotte Perriand’s Nuage shelving unit from 1940. Drawing on her
experience of seeing cloud-like wall-hung modular shelves in Kyoto, she
developed her own version: functional, attractive and versatile. T..
The Japanese influence in the
design of this geometric container is immediately evident. Like a Haori, the
traditional Japanese jacket worn with a kimono, Hayama is characterised by the
same formal cut which plays on volume and subtraction. The le..
This chest of drawers is
characterised by soft, rounded forms that match the Bio-mbo bed and bedside
tables to create a welcoming and informal bedroom space. The structure and feet
are made of curved wood with a stained black oak, Canaletto walnut..
This table was originally
conceived as a sideboard for the dining room of Boynton Hall in Rochester, New
York, which Frank Lloyd Wright designed in 1908. The architect wanted to create
a piece with strong horizontal and vertical lines, a common fe..
Represents, with the Red and
Blue, the essence of the new spatial concept of neoplasticism. A key benchmark
in the establishment of the Modern style, this sideboard, designed in 1919, was
originally used in the model home designed by J.P Oud for S..
An extremely flexible bookcase,
with myriad modular options, suited to being against a wall or as a room
partition. Franco Albini designed this piece between 1956 and 1957 using a
solid wood frame, with several shelves, as well as storage units th..
The Infinito bookcase, designed in
1956/7 by Franco Albini, has expanded to include a new fixed to the wall
version with a different and more stable floor support. This model was developed - in constant collaboration with the
Maestro’s heirs ..
Defying the laws of physics,
going beyond what we normally understand by the conditions of equilibrium, this
bookcase is nothing short of a manifesto for Cassina’s design and construction
capabilities. After a lengthy period of research and develo..
in the late 50’s by Gianfranco Frattini as a “floor-to-ceiling” central bookcase, Albero was created for use in
interior settings rather than for mass production. The Albero bookcase is formally associated with the Neo-..