Harmonious silhouettes on textured surfaces that transform space and create attractive designer storage solutions: LIBESKIND022 pursues and captures the poetry and strength of light in architecture, giving rise to three-dimensional surfaces, where light and shadow play on ephemeral shapes, responding to changing conditions and to the textured appeal of each piece. The collection comprises 3 different types of sideboards: a height of H.75 cm in the version with three or four doors, and H 154 cm in the two-door version. Daniel Libeskind drew his inspiration from the historical uses of cabinet-making to protect precious objects. The design is minimal and concurrently complex: it changes constantly depending on how the light strikes it, creating a dynamic surface that integrates contemporary life. The sideboard offers various internal customisation possibilities, with internal panel or glass shelves and with a matt lacquered or stoneware top, there is also the possibility of inserting an internal drawer unit with an integrated wooden handle for the H 75 cm version and a bar set-up kit for the H 154 cm version with internal drawer and a practical pull-out top. The doors are available in the various matt lacquered colours of the Febal Casa GIORNO collection and an exclusive Metal lacquered developed for this special model to guarantee a matching style in all the rooms.
Febal Casa, part of the Colombini Group since 2009, represents not only a brand, but also a successful story that markets complete furnishing programs for the entire home, from kitchen solutions to living and bedroom areas. A retail formula whose strength lies in the control of the entire production supply chain. The collections are, in fact, entirely produced in-house in the Colombini Group, resulting in targeted planning with a strong focus on quality. Polish-American architect, Daniel Libeskind is an international figure in architecture and urban design who established his architectural studio in Berlin, Germany, in 1989 after winning the competition to build the Jewish Museum in Berlin. In February 2003, Studio Libeskind moved its headquarters from Berlin to New York City to oversee the master plan for the World Trade Center redevelopment in Lower Manhattan. Libeskind’s practice is involved in designing a diverse array of urban, cultural and commercial projects around the globe.