After the presentation of tavolo zero, Alias continues to collaborate with Israeli designer Ron Gilad, that explores the geometrical concept of the corner.
The designer's capacity for conceptual synthesis and his ironic spirit find full expression in mobile zero, a collection of "container" pieces of furniture characterised by their essential, abstract geometry. Their profiles are magically emptied out, dematerialised almost, making room for an enigmatic form, a void that is highlighted by colour. The outer surfaces, instead, remain in full view and, since they do not touch one another, seem to float in the air.
Thus, the missing edge becomes the ergonomic element, the "non-handle" that enables the user's fingers to grasp the wings of the container.
To realise this project, Alias uses a technology employed in other collections: extruded aluminium.
Different extruded parts, characterised by different geometries, are combined to create aluminium frames which then undergo the anodizing process.
The aluminium shelves that are secured to the frame can be anodised or painted or veneered with fine wood, or glass.
The result is an abstract and minimal collection of preconfigured modules, proposed in different height and size variants.
Thanks to their extremely clean lines, cupboard, tower and sideboard are ideally suited for home and office environments, where simplicity and functionality are required.
Astride the boundary between the abstract and the functional, mobile zero is a befitting addition to the Alias line-up of containers.
Cabinet with stove enamelled or polished aluminium structure.
Doors and panels available in:
- stove enamelled aluminium
- natural oak veneered aluminium
- ash grey oak veneered aluminium
- enamelled glass
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