Isidoro Drinks Cabinet by Poltrona Frau
The home discovers the personal and convivial cocktail-bar feel. The Isidoro drinks cabinet becomes a sign of style and atmosphere. In Jean-Marie Massaud’s originalversion it is an elegant container on wheels that opens like a book with an external handle and a click-to-close mechanism. A precious object, crafted in precious materials and studied down to the last detail. The thoughtful layout of the internal spaces includes glass and bottle holders with metal rings and a folding shelf that can be used as a convenient preparation surface. The external covering is in Saddle leather and the shelves and drawers are in multi-layer poplar wood veneered in a walnut. Accessories in chromium metal. A refined fabric decorates the internal walls of the unit.
W71/*142 x D51 x H117 cm
Structure made of poplar plywood panel.
Shelves, doors, drawers. Shelves made of poplar plywood and MDF in a Canaletto walnut (29) veneer. Glass and bottles holders enhanced by minirailings made of chrome-plated metal. Support made of fabric upholstered
MDF doors and drawers made of poplar plywood in a Canaletto walnut (29) veneer.
Padding made of polyurethane foam.
Feet with plastic caps for fixed parts, whilst opening parts rest on plastic swivel wheels.
Covering in saddle leather for external parts. A decorative fabric embellishes the unit interior.
Accessories made of chrome-plated metal. Stainless steel hinges. A pair of click-to-close mechanisms with combination guarantee its closure.
Pelle Frau® Saddle leather is the perfect blend of elasticity, touch, thickness and rigidity. It is the product of specific research into the material and the tanning process, aimed at producing a hide with these specific qualities. Resistance to light and stains, dimensional stability and good gluing capacity are the results. The key ingredient is European cow hide, processed using natural techniques and dyed with aniline to limit any damage caused by accidental scratches. The coat is 1.2-1.5 millimetres thick. Imperfections such as scars or wrinkles emphasise the authenticity of the material and its natural origins. Pelle Frau® Saddle leather is available in 15 colours. Because of its specific qualities, the leather must not be exposed to direct sunlight or heat sources. Pelle Frau® leather is resistant to wear and tear and flex and maintains its colour in normal conditions. To clean, a soft, white cloth should be sufficient. Dust frequently with a dry, non-abrasive white cloth.
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About The Designer – Jean-Marie Massaud
Born in Toulouse in 1966, Jean-Marie Massaud graduated in 1990 from Les Ateliers, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle, Paris. He began to work both in Asia and in France, finally opening his own office in Paris in 1994. Since then, he has dedicated himself to industrial and furniture design. His collaboration with Marc Berthier and his work in the field of town planning led him towards design and architecture. He is concerned with design in various contexts, industrial products and furniture. His contextual approach centres on research into the essential, within which the individual remains the centre of attention. It is a work upheld by research into the senses, magic, and vital emotion which brings him to work with many brands.
His work has been awarded several prizes and many of his designs are nowadays on show in the design collections of the major museums worldwide: from Amsterdam, Chicago, London, Paris and Zurich: from the permanent collection of the Musée National d’Art Moderne de Paris to the permanent collections of the Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich, of The Chicago Athenaeum- Museum of Architecture and Design, of The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam and of The Musée des arts Décoratifs, Paris.