A desk that goes beyond the function, becoming a real sculpture, a privileged piece, a physical presence. It is Euclideo, design Ferruccio Laviani: it is the evolution of the executive system towards a contemporary concept of furniture that is less tied to the traditional iconography of this functional typology. “It is the combination of two volumes that gives life, on one hand, to the work surface in contrast to the cabinet, deputy as container.
Faceted solids that interpenetrate, defining volumes and spaces which in turn, delimit functions” explains the architect Ferruccio Laviani.
Furthermore, Euclideo finishings are part of the expressive and stylistic language of the system, further defining the functions of each component. The suspended worktop, which seems almost to defy the laws of gravity, contrasts with the solid space of the sideboard that counteracts, even optically, the balance. The possibility of choosing between a range of different wood essences, ranging from exotic woods to the most traditional ones, make the whole of this executive desk even more unique and exclusive.