Roberto Lazzeroni enriches the series of Fidelio storage units with the new Fidelio Multimedia Cabinet. A versatile accessory, ideal for housing the TV and stereo in the living room, which revisits the aesthetics of the collection.
Clean lines, warm and natural materials like saddle-leather and wood, fine finishes, perfectly calibrated and extremely light volumes. With its large base, the Fidelio Multimedia Cabinet is made up of three open compartments at the top and three spacious drawers at the bottom. The sensation of visual openness and lightness is accentuated by the easel base in moka-colored ash with triangular cross-section. The combination of materials and finishes is sophisticated with elegant light and dark effects. The drawers, embellished with a front entirely upholstered in Cuoio Saddle or Cuoio Saddle Extra leather and contrast or tone-on-tone stitching, open up to reveal the luminosity of the extra clear natural maple wood veneer. The supporting structure, the top and the open compartments of the Fidelio Multimedia Cabinet are in birch plywood and solid ash with veneer in moka-stained ash. Little Cuoio Saddle or Cuoio Saddle Extra leather inserts protect and embellish the bottom of the drawers.
A rich series of accessories is available to complete the Fidelio Multimedia Cabinet according to taste and make it even more functional. Precious steel trays with rounded corners, completely covered with Cuoio Saddle or Cuoio Saddle Extra leather matching the cabinet and with their bottoms upholstered in Beige Alcantara, can be freely positioned in the open compartments up to a maximum of two trays per compartment. Other accessories for the insides of the drawers are the practical dividers and DVD holder components. They are all made from extra clear solid maple wood.
Roberto Lazzeroni lives and works in his home town of Pisa. After completing studies in art and architecture in Florence, he chose conceptual art as his focus began creating work that had a more radical approach to design. In the early 1980s he took commission in both industrial and interior design, a specialisation he defines as fundamental to his overall practice. Today Roberto works in the business of design, art directing and shaping corporate identity. His studio is directly responsible for every aspect linked to the birth and development of a firm. At the same time he is also developing new furniture designs for the leading manufacturers in Europe, including Poltrona Frau.