SEN | Sideboard
Wood and glass sideboard with sliding doors
Glass, Ash, Wood and glass
A delicate play of contrasts gives life to Chiara Andreatti's family of SEN containers, composed of a sideboard and low cabinet in solid ash.
A project that starting from the reinterpretation of the Shoji, the traditional Japanese rice paper doors, is expressed through the language of light and dark in a careful balance between the material and the ethereal.
Inspired by oriental aesthetics, SEN is distinguished by an unprecedented visual lightness given by the intersection of ash gridwork, which applied to sliding doors in bronze or blue coloured glass with a pleasant translucent effect, to create original combinations of superimposed graphisms. Presented in a lead grey ash and aniline beige ash finishes, behind a rigorous geometric pattern, SEN conceals shelves at various heights suitable for preserving and putting order to precious objects in the living and dining room. The four essential feet in ash raise the structure emphasizing the airy presence of containers that appear as if they were suspended.
Structure and grid in lead grey ash and aniline beige ash
Sliding doors: bronze or blue-colored glass