by Dante Bonuccelli
Kristal is the fruit of research into three-dimensional transparency, reinterpreting a classic piece of furniture, the glass cabinet, with contemporary technology, illustrating the concept that “apparent simplicity is great complexity”.
Based on the idea of lightness, along with the graphic feature of the uprights which allow for extreme compositional freedom. Kristal is based on two key concepts: sliding – it revolutionises the opening system, shifting the slide to the bottom, and making the cabinet ultra light and ethereal; lightness – the rhythm marked by the vertical uprights gives compositional freedom to the shelves, redesigning the storage space, the lighting and the distribution of spaces. A glass container with sliding doors that open on both sides creates a central room exhibitor, Kristal is made in three different configurations.