Inlaid wood bar cabinet for cigars
Progetto 50 is a tribute to the genius of Tuscan Renaissance. It ‘s our contribution so that this art will always remain alive in our memories. It manifests itself in three unique pieces, dedicated to lovers of wines, cocktails and cigars. Three important works of art have been designed to complete the collection Progetto 50. Designed and manufactured in a workmanlike by Tuscan master artisans, these models show technical solutions and extremely accurate design. The tall units have externally inlays of great value and appeal made by the Institute of Art A Giovagnoli of Anghiari, according to ancient techniques of mathematical perspective developed by Brunelleschi in Florence in the fourteenth century. The mathematical perspective inlay is a technique directly related to the birth of centric linear perspective (commonly called “perspective”), developed by the Florentine architect Filippo Brunelleschi, between 1417 and 1420. The great revolution of perspective brought along with itself all the arts related to the painting, including the art of marquetry, which, like a painting, was enriched with nuances, lights and shadows. The perspective mathematical inlay soon became an incomparable art, the same that we have adopted to implement the fronts of our special furniture. A few thousand pieces of different woods for about 30 finishes for each unit, each of which proposes a subject inspired by the use of the tall unit. The three-dimensional effect of the scenario is breathtaking.
CIGAR TOWER - A special and multifunctional unit, designed and produced to perfection by tuscan master craftsmen for the storage and aging of cigars and their taste with possible combinations of spirits, wines and chocolate, plus an insert dedicated to gaming.
The external doors represent objects that can be found inside the cabinet decorated with the inlay technique have been obtained from 15 types of veneer wood species, some of which are used in a variety of colours, a mosaic that anticipates the contents of the cabinet and the promise of an exclusive moment.
The cigar tall unit is available in a built-in version, measures h. cm 204 depth 76 and in a free standing version h. 210 cm depth 76, The two compartments can hold up to 500 cigars.
The woods used are briar root, durmast and wengé outside, elm for the interior trim.