With Outline, Giacomo Moor has created an elegantly functional, freestanding system of wooden cabinets and shelves contrasted with an iron support structure that can be placed against a wall or in the center of a space. The unusual round attachment recesses in the shelves and the cabinets break the linearity of the design and allow the components to be inserted by preference, easily sliding them in and out of place when rearranging.
The visual contrast between the dimensions of the cabinets and shelves, and the lightness of the structure, unites the contemporary visual impact with that of a handmade cabinet.
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Shelves and cabinets: heat-treated eucalyptus or swamp oak.
The back of the furniture is completely finished.
Additional rear panels, in the same finish as the doors, can be applied to the cabinets for center room setups.
Metal frame with black nickel painted satin steel finish.
Eucalyptus wood is a valuable wood with a light brown colour and pinkish shades, but when exposed to smoking it changes its colour to dark brown/bronze. After being treated, it is a very durable and stable wood, ideal for furniture making.
Special veneer identified as "fossil" because they are obtained from logs extracted from the ground, where they have been preserved under layers of clay for hundreds of years. This long natural process, gives the wood a unique, precious appearance, with surprising colours and textures. The ageing of the wood can cause cracks and splits, which are filled and repaired during processing, but not eliminated as they are signs of time that testify to the antiquity and uniqueness of the material.
Painted and Satined steel sheet with black nickel-effect protective coating.