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 column with recessed doors containing the cocktail bar gives an unexpected flavour of technology to the classic lines. The kitchen area is separated from the living area by a large counter and a versatile cabinet with a sliding door. The marble is used in the kitchen wall panelling and serves as the base of the shelves, in solid walnut, which seem to float suspended.
A historical building in the centre of London, where history and modernism merge. In the same way, CASHMERE’s classic shapes cohabit with wood and modern design.
Open pore lacquered oak doors, topped by a hood in walnut with a swing door and shelves in solid contoured walnut. Marble surfaces in “Emperator dark” embellished by a thick border in finished walnut.
Column outfitted as a winery, entirely covered in wood, with glass racks, sliding shelves and drawers in wood. Completely retractable doors.
Interesting design for the counter cabinet: one side of the bar has kitchen cabinets, a marble sink and wooden counter surface; on the living room side there is a walnut cupboard with a sliding door, cleverly solving the problem of separating the two areas of the environment.
The lacquered oak panelling of the living area can also be opened and used as a wardrobe. On the right, the customized panelling continue, but in walnut, with a customized wooden framed mantelpiece. The composition is completed with a display cabinet column.