Pas­so iro­ni­co

Abitare - - Anteprime Da Non Perdere -

nel nuo­vo pro­get­to di Ferruccio La­via­ni per Fra­tel­li Bof­fi, che que­sta vol­ta si ispi­ra agli sti­le­mi clas­si­ci de­gli ar­re­di ita­lia­ni del­la fi­ne de­gli an­ni Qua­ran­ta, stra­vol­gen­do­li con Mu­riel, un mo­bi­le con­te­ni­to­re di le­gno a sei an­te, abil­men­te sa­go­ma­te a co­sti­ne. Da un la­to si as­sot­ti­glia fi­no a da­re l’il­lu­sio­ne di spro­fon­da­re nel­la pa­re­te.

The­re is an iro­nic no­te in Ferruccio La­via­ni’s new de­si­gn for Fra­tel­li Bof­fi, who this ti­me has ta­ken on the clas­sic sty­les of la­te1940s Ita­lian fur­ni­shings. In par­ti­cu­lar he has fun wi­th the de­si­gn on Mu­riel, a six-door ca­bi­net wi­th rib­bed fron­ts. It is thin­ner on one si­de, whi­ch crea­tes the il­lu­sion that the unit is di­sap­pea­ring in­to the wall.

SA­LO­NE, PA­VI­LION 1

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