The top is set on four pillars supported by square legs. The symmetric pattern in the metal represents a geometric design of the head of a ram or the decorations repeated in the more ornate picture frames with elements from the classical architecture.
The geometric references are subtly stated, drawing after drawing, becoming only mysterious traces now only revealed by name. The tops are marked on the edges by a steel profile, with the horizontal bands drawn from the world of the classical architecture.
The manufacture of Ares returns to a forgotten era, repositioning itself like a classical collection through the simplicity of shape. With the decisiveness of the elements, the materials and the metal inlays on the edges, and the same inlays in saddle leather and wood on the tops, it alludes to a timeless wealth in design.
The different elements of the collection are available with three different finishes of veneer – ebony wood, walnut wood or zebran wood – or completely covered in full grain saddle leather; also the metallic details are available with three finishes: chromed, Silver varnished or matt brass varnished.
The model ARES is available covered by saddle leather (C) or in Ebonywood (E) Walnutwood (N) or Zebranwood (Z): the finishes of the aluminium parts are available in chromed polish, silver painted or matte brass painted.
The tops of the desks and the conference tables are composed by a top with thickness mm 30 and by a subtop thickness mm 20, both in black melamine coated panel for the saddle leather version or in particleboard panel for the wood veneered version.
The top is available in three different finishes: completely covered by saddle leather with edges in saddle leather, covered by saddle leather with also saddle leather edges and central veneered inlay thickness mm 8 or completely veneered both top and edges. Whereas the edge of the subtop is always veneered in one of the three wood finishes available. Between the top and the subtop is fixed an aluminium profile with the three provided finishes. Under the tops are fixed four steel bars with the function to give stability and strength.
The legs of the desk and of the extension are made by solid poplar wood covered by mm 5 of MDF and veneered with one of the three wood finishes or covered by saddle leather. On their top there is an aluminium pressure die-cast element with the three available finishes, that acts as support and fixing element of the leg to the desk. On the base of the leg is fixed an aluminium pressure die-cast plate, available in the three finishes, that acts as a foot.
The modesty panel is made by melamine coated mm 20, completely covered by saddle leather or veneered in one of the three wooden finishes. At the base of the same is fixed an aluminium profile in the three finishes, while two stirrups (in aluminium too) permit the fix of the same modesty panel to the top.
The top of the return is produced exactly as the top of the desk, with top and subtop with all the possible versions for saddle leather and woods. This top is fixed to the desk through a plate, while from the other side it is put on a leg (the same as the one on the desk) or to one or two units cabinet.
The cabinet can be with one or two units with a different wide and its frame is made by black melamine coated panel completely covered by saddle leather, on the sides and also on the back. The fronts of the cabinet - in the 2 different dimensions of width - can be doors, drawers and files, produced with particleboard panel of mm 20 veneered in one of the three woods or with black melamine coated panel covered by saddle leather. The handles and the feet are in aluminium in one of the three finishes. It's available a safe, insert into the cabinet, with two different capacities with manual or electronic combination.
The pedestal on casters has a frame in black melamine coated panel, completely covered by saddle leather (on the sides, on the back and on the top too). The fronts of the drawers and the files are made by particleboard panels of mm 20 veneered in one of the three woods or with black melamine coated panels covered by saddle leather. The handles are in aluminium in one of three finishes.
The high and low cabinets have a frame in black melamine coated panel (with a variable thickness from mm 35 and 18 mm), covered by saddle leather on the sides and also on the dividing side panels from one unit and the other. The top of the cabinet is a black melamine coated panel mm 35 with edge veneered in one of the three woods and completely covered by saddle leather for the low cabinets or covered by saddle leather only on the edges for the high cabinets. The fronts of the doors, drawers and files are made by particleboard panels mm 20 veneered in one of the three woods or by black melamine coated panels covered by saddle leather. The handles are in aluminium in one of the three finishes.
The armchair have a unique frame for the seat, the arms and the low back (in common for all the armchairs); it is made by a tubular steel and covered by polyurethane foam with density of 50 kg/m3 and then with bonded plush.
The high executive armchair and the middle height conference armchair are then equipped by an extra back, always with steel frame, covering in polyurethane foam (50kg/m3) and bonded plush. The armchairs have a 5 star swivel base in pressure die-cast aluminium in one of the three finishes available (polished or silver painted or matte brass painted), height adjustable through a gas-piston and are equipped by a tilt mechanism. The conference tub armchair is also available with a cross steel base in one of the three finishes and with a recovery mechanism piston.
In the collection is also available a floor lamp with frame in solid poplar wood covered by mm 5 of MDF and veneered with one of the three woods finishes or covered by saddle leather. The metal parts have the three available finishes and the glass have an acid-etched finish.