The spatial challenges of Linvisibile

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  • Marea by Giulio Cappellini
  • Marea by Giulio Cappellini
  • Marea by Giulio Cappellini
  • Marea by Giulio Cappellini
  • Altopiano by Giulio Cappellini
  • Altopiano by Giulio Cappellini
  • Marechiaro by Giulio Cappellini
  • Marechiaro by Giulio Cappellini

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6 APR 2017
Dividing and joining without taking up space: this is the philosophy of the Ferrara company which, with its technological research and aesthetic taste, improves the quality of its products every year

Always on the border between architecture and interior design, general manager Antonio Menegatti and art director Matteo Ragni (they have collaborated for a year) have focused on Giulio Cappellini for the new products for 2017, which were presented at the Showroom Vergari in Brera Design District, which has now become a truly independent Fuorisalone, with a vast range of events scheduled for this year.

Linvisibile has always designed “zero or almost zero impact systems” to divide or join rooms, for both residential or contract projects. Marechiaro and Altopiano, designed by Cappellini and incorporated in the existing family of Marea products, do not undermine this mission (and the company name), providing additional solutions, even from a formal point of view.

Altopiano and Marechiaro, as Giulio Cappellini explained, are two satin wall systems that can meet housing needs and can also be integrated in hospitality and office environments. The choice of finishes makes it possible to orient the two products towards a more technical or decorative design. The ability to engineer satin wall systems is now combined with a collection of finishes and options that make Marea a truly important collection.

LINVISIBILE SHOWROOM / SHOWROOM VERGARI
Fuorisalone, Via Lovanio 5, Milan

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