Ideal for the dining and living areas, the Liagò collection consists of two low storage units with doors and drawers and a tall storage unit with hinged or flap doors. Defined by clear lines and increased thicknesses, these units are inspired by the Venetian architectural element (an outdoor loggia made of wood, often featuring a marble floor) after which they have been named. Just like a building, the 50mm-thick frame of the units hides a functional soul: side and back panels are assembled by means of a “folding” mechanism to create an internal compartment, allowing the passage of electrical cables and other elements. This means that the units can accommodate power supply cables and connections for televisions, monitors, lamps, speakers and other wired devices. Whether placed directly on the floor or raised on steel feet, the Liagò storage units are available in different woods and lacquered in numerous glossy and satin shades, with the marble option for the tops. The interiors are covered with a silky, anti-scratch, anti-fingerprint, matt anthracite material, while the shelves are made of smoked etched glass. The project also includes drawers with an incredibly thin frame and accessories such as pull-out trays in grey Canaletto walnut, guaranteeing additional customisation and versatility. Liagò can be equipped with an internal lighting system and one for the high storage unit’s open compartment. This solution underscores the exceptional elegance of the interiors and allows the objects contained therein to be displayed at best.
“I tried to freeze some architectural elements by imagining these pieces of furniture as if they were pieces of architecture. Platforms, supporting pylons, containing sides, closed spaces – like buildings, and large terraces that open. In this case there are no people but, instead, one can place objects.”
External frame (sides, back panel and base)
veneered MDF wood fibre panel
Door and drawer front
veneered MDF wood fibre panel or marble (matt natural finish or gloss natural finish)
Extractable tray and cutlery holder
veneered MDF wood fibre
bottom base and back panel in wood particles with melamine faced cover, edges in aluminium with complete opening and cushioned runners
LED lighting system
Strip LED 24V DC 3000K
- Power supply unit: input voltage 110-240V 50-60Hz, output voltage 12-24V DC, maximum wattage 18W-48W
- Switch with presence sensor with electronic power supply unit: voltage 110-240V 50-60Hz
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Piero Lissoni is architect, art director and designer and is recognized as one of the masters of contemporary design.
For over thirty years, he has developed projects the world over in the fields of architecture, landscape and interior, as well as in product and graphic design. He is also art director for Alpi, B&B Italia, Boffi, Living Divani, Lema, Lualdi, Porro and Sanlorenzo.
Some of the most important architecture and interior projects deserving of mention include the Shangri-La Shougang Park in Beijing (2021) realized for the 2022 winter Olympics, The Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami Beach (2020), the Grand Park Hotel in Croatia (2019), the restyling of the historic Camparino bar in the Galleria of Milan (2019), The Middle House for the Swire Hotels Group in Shanghai (2018), the residential projects One Paraiso and Grand Paraiso in Miami (2018), The Oberoi Al Zorah Beach Resort Ajman in the UAE (2017), the Sanlorenzo yachts SX112 (2020), SX76 (2018) and SX88 (2017), the Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam (2012) in addition to the corporate headquarters of Boffi, Cassina, Fantini, Glas Italia, Living Divani and the Sanlorenzo shipyards in La Spezia and Ameglia.
Piero Lissoni has received a series of international awards, including the Good Design Award, the Red Dot Award and the Compasso d'Oro ADI.