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 colors: white, dove grey or black; and rest on elegant cast aluminum 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.
Born in Carimate in 1968. He studied architecture at the Politecnico di Milano and graduated in 1993. From 1993 he starts working as a designer and as a consultant for the industry. From 1995, he takes part in restructuring of social building and private housing. From 1996...