2017

SQUARE

Designed by Bruno Fattorini

Square is the new wall system featuring a simple design, far from decorations and “purged” of anything superfluous. The system intercepts the metamorphosis of furniture in the living area which, with the advent of the Internet and the big change in IT services, from equipped wall has turned into a furnishing object: a display unit more than a storage-one. In fact its function is to show, more than to store. Its storage function is both visible and concealed.
Square has been studied to develop an endless number of compositions with a remarkable capacity to adapt to space and to acquire variations during time.

Specs

CHARACTERISTICS

The system consists of 8 elements made of medium density fibreboard panels with 4 chamfered sides and polymeric sheet back covering.
Shelves are high-pressure full colour Fenix laminate.
Single element size is about L60 x H60 cm with shelf depth 18 and 25cm, depending on the type.
Elements are available in the monocromatic version white and medium grey. 
Every module is made of a fibreboard panel covered on the front with white or medium grey Fenix laminate, and at the back with a white or medium grey polymeric sheet. Shelves in high-pressure full colour Fenix laminate, white and medium grey.

ELEMENTS

ELEMENT X: simple panel
ELEMENT Y: panel with double shelf, depth 18cm
ELEMENT L: panel with L-shaped shelf, depth 18cm
ELEMENT T: panel with T-shaped shelf, depth 18cm
ELEMENT C: panel with C-shaped shelf, depth 25cm
ELEMENT H: panel with H-shaped shelf, depth 25cm
ELEMENT Z: storage panel with H-shaped shelf, depth 25cm

Some elements - element X and element Z - are also available in the material  version in wood, brass, stone  and black iron.
Every element is fitted with wall connections (adjustable) and horizontal bars for easy wall-mounting.
The product has ready-made holes to allow its use in the four main rotations.
Every rotation corresponds to a different use and function, and also to a new design and dialogue.

Finishing

MODULAR UNITS L / T / C / H / Y

Structure

MODULAR UNITS X / Z

Structure

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