The sophisticated workmanship that distinguishes the Aylon family of cabinets traces back to the heritage of cabinet-making typical of Italy’s Brianza area.The sleek shapes combine with a taste for refined details, like the unusual workmanship on the doors, created through the use of turned strips of solid oak, with open pore Moka color lacquer finish, set into an elegant metal frame with a matt Pewter color finish. The meticulous attention focused on each construction detail is also evident in the hinges, crafted from an exclusive Minotti Studio design. The hinges can be adjusted for height, width and depth and allow the doors to open 190 degrees. The structure comes in glossy lacquer Sand, Clay or Granite finish. The Aylon series includes two sideboards, a cupboard and a living-space unit featuring a clever play of shapes, with a lateral projecting storage element.
The interior fittings for each element were carefully designed to respect the function served by each piece. The cupboard was crafted for placement in the dining room and the luxurious interior fittings are exquisitely suited to this use – opening the door turns on the LED strip lights positioned in the upper shelf. The space is thoughtfully divided to accommodate a clear, beveled glass shelf for storing glasses and a pull-out shelf covered in saddle-hide, a cutlery drawer also covered in saddle-hide, and two generously-sized drawers designed to hold plates and other tableware items.
The sideboards are available in two sizes – with a center drawer and two side doors, or with two drawers and two side doors. Nestled inside the drawers is a saddle-hide covered cutlery tray. The structural base of the Aylon storage units, which rests on sleek, sophisticated metal blades with glossy Pewter color finish, was reinforced to ensure the utmost stability of each piece.
Aylon Dining Horizontal Sideboard
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Rodolfo DordoniArchitect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni was born in Milan, where he graduated in Architecture in 1979. Responsible for the art direction of Artemide, Cappellini (1979-1989), Fontana Arte, Foscarini, Minotti, and Roda, he designs for various companies as well. Dordoni Architetti, founded in association with architects Alessandro Acerbi and Luca Zaniboni, develops projects for houses, residential complexes, industrial and commercial areas such as offices, storesand showrooms, restaurants, hotels, yachts, as well as exhibit stands of diverse commercial fields.
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