Red Line is the new proposal to furnish your living. Born as a meeting of materials preceded by handheld history and a projection
in the modern environment of an essential and unique product in its kind.
Materials create visual emotions. The old fir, from the warmth of the past. Metal, protagonist of art. The leather with an ancient and prestigious charm, make everything that i come across noble. The vision Red Line is concreted in the realization of this sideboard in a harmonious balance between design and fashion, craftsmanship and functionality, style and elegance.
Exclusivity and Refinement - 1975/C
In this version we have the Old Fir wood in brushed finish and oil, the Corten with wax finish, the vegetable tanned leather in full thickness lefto to its natural color. The structure and the interior are lacquered with an acrylic finish.
Versatility and Elegance - 1975/F
In this version we have the Old Fir wood in brushed finish and oil, burnished Iron in satin finish, the vegetable tanned leather in full thickness lefto to its natural color. The structure and the interior are lacquered with an acrylic finish.
Nobility and Prestige - 1975/F
In this version we have Ebony wood both in the doors and in the structure with 100 gloss acrylic finish, the Brass with scratch-resistant satin finish, the cotton velvet. The inner part is in Tanganica walnut with a 100 gloss acrylic finish.
*The Old Fir is a material of 40/50 years recovered from old beams, structures of old mountain houses, ect. It is processed and transformed into interior design material. This type of treatment preserves its patina original, given by the oxidation of the sun and the elements, and at the same time sterilizes it from possible pasts.
The leather used in this furniture project, being natural, will undergo a gradually darker coloring due to the sensitization to sunlight. Each used Spruce axis will be different from one another, both in the morphology of the grain and in the color. The burnished Iron, being patinated by hand, will have different shades from one plate to another. Corten, being the result of a natural rusting of steel, will have different shades from one plate to another.