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Et Voilà Storage

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Et Voilà is a storage system that revolutionises the concept of furniture, replacing traditional rigid doors with asingle fabric door the same size as the structure.The fabric door runs on invisible tracks and closes thanks to a magnet that keeps the fabric completely taut, making it seem almost solid.With the Et Voilà system, you can create storage containers in various sizes that can act as a TV stand, furniture for the sitting room, a chest of drawers for the bedroom or a small piece for the bathroom.The system is suited to anywhere in the house and can be used to liven up modern sitting rooms and living rooms as well as bedrooms,children’s rooms and bathrooms with a design edge.

Material: Stratus, Incertum, Organicum, Alveare fabric.

Finishes: A change of perspective in furniture that, for the first time, integrates fabric as a structural and aesthetic element. Taut fabric closes the volumes, completely doing away with the perception of doors and surprising us when it reveals, with a simple gesture, the ample spaces inside.

Et Voilà is a storage system that revolutionises the concept of furniture, replacing traditional rigid doors with asingle fabric door the same size as the structure.The fabric door runs on invisible tracks and closes thanks to a magnet that keeps the fabric completely taut, making it seem almost solid.With the Et Voilà system, you can create storage containers in various sizes that can act as a TV stand, furniture for the sitting room, a chest of drawers for the bedroom or a small piece for the bathroom.The system is suited to anywhere in the house and can be used to liven up modern sitting rooms and living rooms as well as bedrooms,children’s rooms and bathrooms with a design edge.

Material: Stratus, Incertum, Organicum, Alveare fabric.

Finishes: A change of perspective in furniture that, for the first time, integrates fabric as a structural and aesthetic element. Taut fabric closes the volumes, completely doing away with the perception of doors and surprising us when it reveals, with a simple gesture, the ample spaces inside.