Highboard with flap doors
The collection of Carson cabinets, with its pure, modern aesthetic, gains two new elements – a bookcase and a desk – as well as a new ebony glossy lacquer polyester finish.
The sides of the bookcase are made of satin-finish metal with Light Bronze finish while the 7cm shelves are in ebony veneer with glossy lacquer polyester finish.
The bookcase, like all the elements in the Carson collection, is also finished on the back and therefore can also be used as a room divider.
The sophisticated elegance that sets the Carson containers apart is also expressed in the combination of luxury materials – fine metal, textured wood, luxurious marble.
The structure in MDF, in addition to Sucupira veneer, is now also available in an ebony version with glossy lacquer polyester finish.
The front of the drop-front door in ebony veneer with glossy lacquer polyester finish and Sucupira veneer is quite substantial, emphasizing the poetically tactile quality of the wood. The top comes in Bardiglio Nuvolato or Calacatta marble, set flush into the Light Bronze painted satin finish metal structure, a constructive detail that unquestionably adds value to the sophistication of the product.
The elements with drop-front doors come complete with an interior LED bar light with motion sensor activated by the door’s opening and closing mechanism.
The interiors of the drop-front door pieces are finished in Corten color glossy lacquer, a tasteful touch that reveals the attention paid to every construction detail, even the most out-of-sight.
The Carson collection also includes a practical desk available in two sizes.
The side of the desk is in satin-finish metal with Light Bronze finish while the top and the structure are in oak veneer with open-pore Moka lacquer finish, and the fronts of the drawers have a Moka color glossy lacquer finish.
The Carson desk is equally at home in the living room, especially when paired with the eponymous bookcase, and in the bedroom.
Rodolfo Dordoni design
The Carson family welcomes the buffet version of the bookcase, characteristically inspired by a simple, contemporary look with clean lines that mark out the frame and central volume. The striking effect created by combining different thicknesses makes a comeback, with thinner ones for the sides in satin finish aluminium, painted Malt colour, and thicker ones for the bottom shelf and the highest top in Moka-coloured ash.
The central "buffet" volume looks suspended and features a top in Stone Grey marble. The top presents an elegant faceting that joins up with the same distinctive faceted detail on the edge along the length of the long doors, created with a painted finish in the shades of Warm Grey or Moka, or in Moka-coloured ash.
Inside, it conceals a free compartment for storing dishes and glasses and an equipped area with a sliding tray on runners to make the objects inside easier to pick up. A drawer reveals the sophisticated cutlery holder in saddle hide.
The interesting contrast between full and empty volumes in Carson Dine is complemented by the unique textures and colours of the materials, in a succession of alternate painted, metallic and wooden surfaces.