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How can you harmoniously, creatively create your spaces?

Simple: by playing on materials, forms and colours to create a practical, stylish open space.

Living compositions with back panels

In living compositions, the back panel can be used as an important furnishing element, able to redesign new balance within the living area.

A decorative Forest Oak back panel provides a strong feature in the composition shown in the photo to the right, housing a suspended modular element (with doors and top in Titanium Grey polished glass) and a series of lacquered shelves in different sizes.

A different structure is required for the composition of the photo to the left, marked by a back panel and decorative top in Morello Larch and different-sized wall unit modules (with decorative Morello Larch doors and glossy Linen lacquered open units).

By choosing a glossy lacquered Ivory back panel, the scenic effect undergoes a major change: modules with luminous bases and doors in decorative Khaki Oak create a harmonious, light, warm ensemble.
Living compositions without back panels
If you instead opt for a composition without a back panel, various different options are available to harmoniously fill the living area.

The photo to the left shows an asymmetrical living composition comprising suspended elements that are overlaid (Versus Tobacco Oak veneered doors with shelf and back in matt lacquered Iron Grey).
We go for a change in genre with the composition proposed in the photo to the right, which chooses polished glass as the predominant element of the set.
All elements are suspended and include modules with polished Ice glass doors and shelves and backs lacquered in glossy Baltic Blue, designed to dress the wall of the living area.

Infinite possibilities, therefore, to express style and creativity in a living composition. Both with and without the back panel, the watchword remains the same: create a harmonious blend of spaces, combining shapes, colours and materials.