Velasca Sideboard
Details

An architectural, linear, and minimal project, not without elements of warmth. Wood is the protagonist in its essence and in the detail of the doors characterized by a vertical pattern that denotes three-dimensionality to an essential object.
Once again Ludovica+Roberto Palomba designs a minimalist masterpiece that does not renounce to excite for Punt Mobles, a Spanish company that has always been characterized by the care and refinement of the details of their projects.
A winning, versatile project that furnishes and solves functionality in urban spaces, but which, thanks to wood and its declination, brings warmth and texture to the space.A geometric and rigorous linear container, where the doors, unexpectedly engraved with a vertical pattern. Emphasizing the grain of the essence, related to the architectural element of the shelf, very lightly in a sort of delicate balance that seems almost to create a sculpture suspended in time.  It is important to emphasize the joints that create the tangents between the elements, an elevated level of craftmanship making for a surprising result.

MATERIALS
Wooden sideboard with doors

COLORS
Dark Grey, Ebony, Whitened Oak, Oak, Walnut

DIMENSIONS
Sideboard:
200 x 40 x 68 cm (VLS200722)
300 x 40 x 68 cm (VLS200732)
200 x 40 x 90 cm (VLS200822)
300 x 40 x 90 cm (VLS200832)
200 x 40 x 68 cm (VLS300722)
200 x 40 x 90 cm (VLS300822)
300 x 40 x 68 cm (VLS300732)
300 x 40 x 90 cm (VLS300832)

108 x 40 x 40 cm (VLS200)
160 x 40 x 40 cm (VLS300)

Extensible:
200 x 40 x 48 cm (VLS200821)
300 x 40 x 48 cm (VLS200831)
254 x 40 x 48 cm (VLS300821)

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Brand
Punt Mobles was founded in 1980 bythe Valencian designerVicent Martínez together with designer Lola Castelló. “The first stage of Punt Mobles was pure passion for design, it was a vital project and somehow somewhat thoughtless. This first stage must be placed in a historical context. Young designers, who become entrepreneurs, without ceasing to be designers, in a Valencian society, where design was neither understood nor valued, except by a sensitive minority”.