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Dressup

Design by Garcia Cumini

Visual lightness and technology are the inspiring principles that promoted an inversion of the traditional storage paradigm, resulting in units that are developed vertically and preserve a perception of great lightness and freedom.
That’s what inspired Dressup: this system can be easily customised and used in endless ways: on the kitchen splashback, in the bathroom and in the hall.

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Dressup

A modular wall system made up of elements that are only 22 cm deep and feature sophisticated solutions such as anodised aluminium profiles that support the glass shelves and accessory holders.
They can be with or without doors.

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Dressup with black ribbed frame, splashback in engineered stone, and shelves in Fumè glass with support

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Dressup with ribbed Champagne frame and Bronzo glass shelf

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Dressup with black frame glass door and glass shelves with wine glass holder accessories

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Dressup Line

An element belonging to the DressUp system that stands out for its linear lines and consists of a shelf and a back panel connected by technological elements.
This is a comprehensive system designed to accommodate all the kitchen accessories used every day in such a way as to take up the least possible space and volume.

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Dressup Line with shelf covering and splashback in Bianco Apuano engineered stone

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Dressup Line with black ribbed frame and accessory with Rovere Corvino splashback

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Dressup Art Collection

One of the Dressup combinations available features Art Collection, a precious embellishment that adds a very charming, artistic touch to modules while also expanding the back panel’s original function. In fact, it can now portray refined, pictorial-style, still life works by the Venetian photographer Zaira Zarotti: vintage arrangements that are prevalently floral, the infinite details of which pursue the still life tradition of the Renaissance; images which – in a light reminiscent of the artworks of Caravaggio - narrate stories condensed in a fleeting moment at which emotion is such as to stop the course of time.

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Dressup with Art Collection splashback, Flower Still Life collection, “Peonies Blossom”

“FLOWER STILL LIFE” COLLECTION BY ZAIRA ZAROTTI

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