Inlaid wood bar cabinet for wines
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.
WINE TOWER - The unit dedicated to winery embodies every little trick for storing and tasting good wine. Rigorously designed and equipped to appeal to the intellect through the experience of the senses.
The representation of the vineyard, on the doors of the cabinet is made of tiles designed individually in woods such as ebony, wengé, elm, maple, poplar briar and myrtle burl, walnut, purple ebony.
The exterior inlay is a work of art depicting the vineyard at the time of its full maturity, a clear reminder to the attachment of Toncelli to the tuscan territory. The interior of the cabinet winery reveals the magic of its details and the elegance of finishes that cover the structure, built in marine plywood.
The unit doors open to 270 degrees, finished in leather and equipped with shelves for glasses perfectly embedded for different wine tastings, from Chianti Classico to Borgogna, Barolo, Sauternes, Champagne. A kit of 48 glasses in addition to a fine selection of silver accessories for a blend of aesthetics and functionality.
The wine tall unit is available in a built-in version measures h. cm 204 depth 76 and in a free standing version h. cm 210 depth 76.