Series of large cabinets in high-density conglomerate panels, available with doors in poplar plywood connected with aluminum and wooden drawers; base panels in solid laminate, metal supporting frame.

Base
Feet in solid laminate with metal frame
Base Height
15cm
Base Panels
Solid Laminate
Case Material
Medium-density Wooden Conglomerate panels
Configuration
2 Doors
Depth
61.2cm
Door Material
Poplar plywood connected with Aluminium
Finish
Op 1059
Finishing Type
OP Matt Lacquer
Height
67cm
Length
180cm
Year
2000

Popular plywood connected with aluminium , medium-density wooden conglomerate panels , solid laminate. Standard, in matt lacquer same as the case, on request, in matt lacquer in different Finish of the collection, range. Feet in solid laminate with metal frame.

Uni is available in matt and polish lacquer in all colors of the collection. Internal finish of drawers is always matt-like same as the case. By request only, it is possible to choose a different color in the range of the collection. Cabinets with doors are internally equipped with an acidified glass shelf inside each door. An inside drawer is standard for the following versions: UN_2B and UN_4B.

Note 1
Cabinets with doors are internally equipped with an acidified glass shelf behind each door; an inner drawer is standard for the
following versions: UN_2B, UN_2BQ, UN_4B and UN_4BQ
Note 2
Lacquered feet in the same Finish and finishing of the structure


Piero Lissoni

One of the best-known designers in the world, Piero Lissoni worked from 1977 till 1984 with a G14 office in Milan. During this time he was met with projects linked to graphics, image coordination, interior decoration, design and art direction. His established Milan design office has been designing many international brands in the world of industrial design since 1984. His specialties include interior architecture, general architecture and graphics. His 10-year long relation with the Cappellini brand has...


Cappellini faced the new millennium inextricably linked to the world of images, exploration and research.