Furnishing between the kitchen and the living room...
the "business card" for your house
For some years now increasingly demanding lifestyles have been shaping how we live in our homes. Simple but functional furniture is more and more often required not only for the kitchen but also for the living area.
Fueled by the elimination of architectural separators this process has influenced the design of both spaces, transforming the kitchen into a sophisticated space with prestigious wood, glass and chrome details, and modifying the style and purpose of some living room elements (book cases, storage furniture, shelves, etc.) to adapt to this new lifestyle.
In a synthesis of style and function some pieces were designed to play the role of interface between the kitchen and living area, incorporating characteristics that satisfy the needs of both the spaces: the "Fluida" wall-system project witnesses the “natural transition” in furniture, which links rooms together, opening and closing them, with divisions and continuity.
Furniture becomes architecture, free-standing partitions separate rooms with subtlety, establishing links between the various functions.
In the open space layout, furniture and matching fittings form a single design scheme, with functions and placings mixed and matched; here, the living area composition (one of the three different options available) offers continuity with the low cupboards in the kitchen for added integration.