The severity of modern lines and dark walnut and the sweetness of open pore lacquered oak in a special and timeless "cashmere" colour, give a strong personality to the CASHMERE collection. The model is worked with the same skill that a tailor would use to prepare a tailored suit. In this way the materiality of the wood in CASHMERE is able to convey the visual sensation of such a noble fibre. The contrast between the different colours of the two woods and the dark “Emperador” marble is impressive. The design of this house develops the integration of the fireplace and the panelling, playing with alternating bookcases with openable containers.
The knowledgeable craftsmanship gained in over fifty years of woodworking is the protagonist in giving the feeling of pricelessness and elegance to CASHMERE. Touch becomes a fundamental sense when you brush the surfaces of the open pore lacquered oak and the silkiness of the marble. Sight offers exclusive colour combinations, the gaze caresses the special "cashmere" colour and the burnished details that frame the large hood and the sliding door of the counter. The flavour of the linear harmony is exalted in a triumph of modern and classical design.
A historical building in the centre of London, where history and modernity merge. In the same way, classical forms, wood and modern designs co-exist in CASHMERE.
The design of this house develops the integration of the fireplace panelling, playing with alternating bookcases with openable spaces.
The images explain the possibilities for integrating the kitchen and living areas through sliding glass doors with fabric laminated between the panes, with book or display case columns (even double-sided) and with integrated fireplace and panelling. The important “Duse” table in walnut is at the centre.