A delicate balance of domestic memories and contemporary functions: the new Pianca wardrobes interpret the fluidity of our times with precise and evocative style that reflects new functions and use.
Verona, designed by Calvi Brambilla, is the product of a new interpretation of the classic framed door front, featuring geometric compositions and squares of different sizes. A groove in the wardrobe frame ensures discreet opening, with no visible handles. With Verona, the Milanese design studio continues its professional voyage with the Veneto company for whom it has already created high-profile complements like the Ettore table, Logos bedroom set, Baio occasional tables and Laurie armchair.
Verona wardrobe designed by Calvi Brambilla
Amalfi and Plana, by the Pianca Research & Design Centre, accommodate new functions, with a home office niche concealed inside for hybrid contemporary home environments.
Both are available with a wide throw pivot hinge for 180° door opening (recalling the hinges on doors and fine furniture in past times).
Plana wardrobe with homeoffice module
Pianca has also expanded its collection of handles. With a curvy design in leather, the C25 handle is an homage to the classic world of leather goods, and the square-shaped Q15 adds bold accent colour or subtle detail to the door front.
The latest night zone products are presented in the Progetti di Design 02 catalogue, the Pianca editorial project designed to give the background story to its products.