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Multiuse is a flexible storage shelf system designed by AgapeCasa. The design elaborated down the years by the same designer working on the idea of a structure composed of wooden uprights and cross-beams incorporating horizontal shelves and vertical in-fill shelves, including the sliding panels functionally characterizing the project. The design features a structure in which the seamless horizontal planes hold up the vertical elements and are fitted with extruded aluminum cross-beams, whose distinctive section is designed to allow the front doors to slide. The doors’ interplay of concealing and revealing is the most distinctive stylistic feature of this still incredibly cutting-edge furnishing system.
This modular system composed of horizontal plywood elements with a natural or dark oak finish alternated with closed containers with sliding doors on brushed chrome-plated aluminum runners. The containers are made of plywood back and sides with a natural or dark oak finish and doors in the same finish or in white, (two shades of) grey, green or orange lacquered MDF. Available in three widths (155, 195 and 235 cm) and 4 heights, they are supplied without the doors, which must be fitted on all the units in the various different colors from the range.