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Living

Rigorously designed with precious materials, Stripe sliding doors form a practical screen between the house entrance area and the large, bright living area. Here, on the opposite sides of the sofa area, a Zenit bookcase and a Self plan wall-hung structure face each other. Playing mutually complementary functions, the systems help to define the compositional order and stylistic modernity that characterise the space.

Dining

Present both on the Modulor paneling and on the Radius doors, the new Taiga oak finish embellishes your dining room with its delicate graphic design. The round version of the Francis table occupies the centre of the space, while two Aliante glass sideboards emphasise the symmetrical layout on the sides. The result is a bright and cohesive environment, where nothing is left to chance – be it the refined design of the various furnishing components, the technical and functional quality of the opening movements, or the sophisticated combination of materials and finishes.

Night

Enriched by a large writing desk, a Self plan structure suggests a different way of experiencing night spaces. Essential and discreet, two Planet low tables serve the bed, while the Radius doors in the synthetic leather version connect the space to the wardrobe area. Together with the specific function, each piece of furniture helps to create a cohesive whole – in the colours and textures of the materials, in the minimalism of the design and in the attention to every detail.

Walk-in closet

Framed by Cover wardrobe curtain walls, the wardrobe space features a Zenit structure in the centre, here in the walk-in closet version. The bright Arena synthetic leather of the Cover doors thus forms the background to the rigorous bronze finish Zenit aluminum, while the latter's fixtures – updated with respect to the most recent version – meets the typical organisation needs of various functions in an original way.