Piero Lissoni – 2019
The Combi cabinets are characterised by a simple box shape, supported by thin feet and a built-in top. Either square or rectangular and available in different depths and heights, they offer different storage capacities and can be customised thanks to different materials, finishes and colours to create your own living room cabinet. Completing the collection, a sleek pouf with a central seam on the seat, almost resembling a slit, and the variety of coverings deliver less formality.
New series of living room cabinets of various heights and modules, enriched by sophisticated materials and finishes such as polyester, solid and veneer wood, metal with exclusive textures. The series also includes poufs, covered with fabric, velvet or leather.
All supported by painted steel frames with adjustable feet.
Cabinets: carcass in particle board panels, coated in melamine, veneered in natural oak, Dark oak, anyline-dyed oak in charcoalcolour or Canaletto walnut, finished with transparent water-based or solvent-based paint. Drawers in particle board panels, coated in melamine, or veneered in wood, equipped with totally extractable runners, with soft-close device. Door front panels in glossy polyester, metal and brass with exclusive texture, solid wood with exclusive decor or veneered wood. Top in metal and brass with exclusive texture, veneered wood, glossy polyester or coffee-coloured mirror.
Pouf: wooden frame with variable-density foamed polyurethane and polyester wadding. Non-removable cover in fabric, velvet or leather.
Bases for cabinets and pouf in matt black powder coated steel, with black metal adjustable feet.
Dimensions of cabinets:
H.35/50 – 120×48/60 – 180×48/60 cm. rectangular
H.35 – 90×90 / 120×120 cm. squared
Dimensions of pouf:
Squared H.40 – 48×48 – 90×90 – 120×120 cm.
Rectangular H.40 – 180×480 cm.
“The Combi collection is characterised by rigorous and clean lines, expressions of the De Padova’s current, Milanese and timeless style. As an architect, I emphasised both proportions, as well functionality.” – P. Lissoni