ENNA / A
Sicily is not only classic and baroque architecture, but also modern and contemporary art.
The futurist period has left us not only various works by Fortunato Depero inspired by the main Sicilian cities, but also several masterpieces, like the incredible frescos by Benedetta Cappa Marinetti in the Palazzo delle Poste in Palermo.
Enna is a series of totemic containers that can be placed anywhere because they are finished on all five visible sides.
Polychrome wood marquetry, reminiscent not only of the avant-garde movements of the early 20th century, but also of the decorative language of radical design or the early 1980s, is applied with the finest cabinet-making skills to every side of the container.
Refined woodworking is interpreted here in the form of a minimalist design that uses the chromatic/material language of natural or aniline-dyed wood as its means of expression.
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Family of containers with oak blockboard structure, interior finished in smoke grey open-pore varnish, and side and back panels made from oak blockboard covered in mass-dyed polychrome wood marquetry with a water-based finish.
Matt black lacquered blockboard base. Built-in lighting option available.