The Italian brand's new pattern, born from the creative flair of Estudio Campana, dresses a wall-mounted storage unit in a Parisian flat

Architect Benjamin Godiniaux, who designed a cosy flat in the centre of Paris, selected Alpi woods to clad a storage unit, the undisputed star of the interior design of the living area.

Tones, shapes and colours

The imposing wall-mounted cabinet (a good nine metres long) is clad with Alpi Sushi and is part of a larger project that relates the interior with the exterior of the flat: on the roof of the house there is a small extension clad in burnt wood to which the cabinet refers in its tones, shapes and colours.

Dynamic and functional

Inspired by a monolith, the cupboard, despite its large dimensions, retains its dynamism thanks to the rounded corners that lighten its shapes, giving the whole a rhythm and movement. The functionality of the container-furniture is combined with the decorative value conferred by the Alpi Sushi wood with which it is entirely clad.

Geometric balance

Created by Estudio Campana, Alpi Sushi woods tell the story of the Brazilian duo's creativity: poetry, energy and colour dialogue with the shapes, preserving the geometric balance that characterises the pattern. In the Dark Grey version, with silver veins, it fits into the interior design project, harmonising with the other furnishing complements and giving additional strength and consistency to the contemporary style of the flat.