Designed by Kazuhiro Yamanaka for Pallucco, Angolo is a contemporary modular cabinetry system, inspired by the guest-host seating arrangement in a typical Japanese Tea room. Congruous to Kazuhiro’s philosophy, the Angolo is propped on the concept of diagonal seating in the Japanese community with the gaze concentrated on an art object, placed in the corner.
The Angolo, comprises of different-sized modular cabinets that can be arranged in a sculptural fashion, creating mesmerizing poetry in physical form. The modular components of Angolo, can be easily moved and configured in divergent arrangements to befit varying needs of your living room or bedroom. Fabricated out of MDF, with mitered joints and push to open doors with the alternative of top-hinged doors or pull-out drawers, Angolo modular cabinets by Pallucco is a cabinetry system that scores well on the accounts of sturdiness, durability and ease to use. Available in a glossy or matte, black, red and white lacquer finish and a matte white internal finish, the Angola exhibits brilliant aesthetics in an array of color combinations.
Kazuhiro’s, Angolo Modular cabinets are a contemporary expression of traditional cabinetry, an unconventional thought translated into sophisticated storage. What is your favorite detail about the Angolo modular cabinets?