A proposal that explores the possible stylistic definition of colours and materials. Simple materials are combined together to convey elegant aesthetics featuring bright surfaces and colourful graphic art. A contemporary style that offers primary volumes and "gentle" chromatic combinations.
For a free and fluid design: the metal containers with lacquer finish enhance the primary geometry of volumes, as the first characterising element of Orange Evolution.
Space is defined by large monochromatic units adjacent to coloured elements, and represented with details that considerably soften the visual impact: the withdrawn plinth, the large open bookshelf, the contaminations of a living space, all contribute to creating a fluid, light and informal atmosphere.
The "frame" concept is also well expressed in the range that outlines the surface of the table, instead of simply supporting it, and in the plinth, as an important element in the base units and in the columns to create a suspended look, and which almost disappears instead in the low modules designed for an indisputably open living space. The versatility of the plinth is to be underlined because of its practical aspect that lets you have a visually light composition also there where there are no vertical structures to support the actual weight.