Origami Low Cabinet by Giorgetti
Origami, a rectangular low storage cabinet. Carcass is in wood fibre and smoked eucalyptus veneer. The front part with overlapping doors can have three different combinations, with the external door in wood and the internal one in wood, glass or saddle leather. The door handles and the glass door frame are in solid smoked eucalyptus. The glass door is in reflecting gold crystal on the external part and in satin-finished gold crystal in the internal part. The internal shelves are in bronze tempered crystal glass. All internal compartments have LEDs with activation sensor. The metal base is painted in a bronze colour and the feet can be adjusted for levelling.
W257 x D50 x H106 cm
The products of Giorgetti are drawn from processing techniques tied to cabinet work traditions and the use of state-of-the-art technologies; this allows Giorgetti to make quality products that maintain their own distinctive characteristics. Therefore, any apparent irregularities – such as differences in colour, in the structure, in the size and materials that they are made of – are not to be considered defects, rather peculiarities that make the product unique and special. Rigorous quality controls are made on the entire production line. During their machining the raw materials are subjected to thorough quality and performance tests at every step. The finished product undergoes an accurate performance test and an equally thorough comparison test is made with its original design. Living the Giorgetti space means knowing precious materials, loving innovation and tradition, choosing a unique and personal style, knowing how to present something which tells its own story. Elegance is the summing of ‘pleasure and value’.
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About The Designer – Massimo Castagna
Born on 13 November 1957, he graduated in architecture in 1984 from Milan Politecnico; he began his professional activities in 1986, founding the studio AD architettura. He has gained considerable professional experience in the field of architecture, residential and commercial buildings, upgrading and conservative restoration, hotels, interior design, art direction and design in the furnishing sector, consultancy, projects and the design supervision of furnishing points-of-purchase.
One of his major creations has been the “Piramide” laboratory the Everest-K2-CNR scientific committee for the Italian National Research Council, which was built in Nepal beginning in 1991 at an altitude of 5050 m, to be used as a high-altitude research laboratory, a project selected for the 18th Milan Triennale.