Architectural furniture systems for the living area

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The Wallover® storage system by Caccaro allows unlimited compositional variations to give an “architectural cut” to home spaces.

From Michele De Lucchi to Aldo Rossi, from Gio Ponti to Ettore Sottsass: although with different perspectives, approaches and visions, we can trace a trend in Italy that looks at design with an architectural perspective. We often find designers who conceive of furnishings as small architectures and interior spaces as miniature cities. Through these games of scale, the designers propose a sculptural and evocative design, with original compositions that do not neglect functionality.

In the same line as this tradition, we find Wallover® by Caccaro, a system of vertical and horizontal storage units that can be freely assembled to give an “architectural cut” to the spaces in the home.

Wallover® allows for a multiplicity of solutions to enhance the personality of the walls that house it: from full-height double-sided pillars to equipped walls with TV for the living room, from solutions that reinterpret the concept of the traditional cupboard to bookcases, from storage units for the bedroom area to functional compositions for the entrance.

Monica Graffeo, Caccaro's new Art Director, tells us about the personality of the modular system: "The project stems from the observation of some contemporary sculptures that work on the concept of rhythm and proportion in their relationship with the space in which they are displayed. This is why we have designed a system of very clean containers that can be sized to best manage their proportions and that relate to a series of open elements that play on dividers arranged according to two different rhythms, which 'sound' good when related together."

Wallover® is at its best in the living area, where modern functional requirements meet the sculptural design of the storage system. The Caccaro family of products responds effectively to the needs of the living area, which today more than ever must be able to integrate technological elements with 'traditional' furnishings. Televisions, audio systems, decoders, consoles... are connected and integrated into the design of the space, guaranteeing a result that satisfies practical and aesthetic criteria.

For Wallover® by Caccaro, this translates into various design features that make the wiring of electronic devices invisible, freeing the composition of the wall from the positioning of electrical sockets and framing the TV as if it were a painting or a window.

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