Jeremy Cabinet By Flexform
To reveal or conceal is the question that inspired the aesthetic of the Jeremy family of cabinets. Distinguished by pure lines and sleek proportions that build upon a rhythmic alternation of negative and positive spaces, it offers a series of revealing open compartments to display treasured objects, and concealing closed compartments with drop-front doors.
Especially fascinating is the contrast between the lightness of the smoked glass compartments and the textured surface of the cooked oak.
The Jeremy cabinets are also available in glossy lacquer finish in three colours: white, dove grey or black; and rest on elegant cast aluminium feet with burnished or satin finish.
The Jeremy family includes compositions with drawers and drop-front doors, with various fittings, each of which is designed to be placed in different parts of the home, from the entry to the living room.
All of the elements are finished on the back, making them suitable as room dividers.
– Modules in heat-treated oak veneer or in wood with glossy lacquer finish in white, black, dove grey. Modules also available in glass or in glass with wood drawers coordinated with the 140 cm element.
– Shelves in glass.
– Base in epoxy powder-coated metal.
– Feet in cast aluminium with satin or burnished finish and contrasting tips. Rests on pads made of thermoplastic material.SHOW MORE SHOW LESS
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About the designer
Carlo Colombo was born in 1967 at Carimate. In 1993 he graduated in Architecture from the Milan Polytechnic, but by 1991 he had already made contact with Giulio Cappellini, for whom he designed his first piece in 1992: the Kyoto bed, presented at the Salone del Mobile in Milan the same year.
From this time on Colombo’s work as a designer flowed into hundreds of projects in collaboration with the leading firms in the sector.
In 2004 Colombo was named Designer of the Year in Tokyo. Between 2005 and 2011 he received the International Design Award four times from Elle Décor and he has won prizes for his projects from Gioia Casa and MD Magazine. In 2009 he was one of the winners of the Good Design Award presented by the European Center for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum. A sort of ambassador of Italian design to the world, he gives lectures and conferences in Israel, Greece, Portugal, Slovenia, Ukraine, Australia, Russia, Britain, Brazil and China.
Colombo’s work as a designer, initially focused on product and interior design, has been progressively extended to the construction sector in Italy and abroad. In 2009 he won an international competition for the design of two multi-functional towers in Abu Dhabi and his renewed interest in architecture has found scope in teaching in China, where he has lectured on design since 2011 at the De Tao Masters Academy in Beijing.