A new system with multiple functions to configure the home with personality

The walls of the house like architecture. Wallover by Caccaro is the new system of vertical and horizontal containers to be freely composed in space, with such rhythm and proportion as to give an “architectural cut” to the house, from the living room to the sleeping area.

Deepening the research that led to the Freedhome System, the brand once again places a solution that enhances the personality of the walls at the center of the domestic space. The possible configurations are many: from full-height double-sided pillars also placed in the center of the room to walls equipped with TV for the living room, from solutions that reinterpret the concept of traditional sideboard to bookcases, from containers for the sleeping area to compositions for the entrance. The wide range of Wallover internal equipment, including lighting, transform every single composition based on the functions it must perform and the environments it must furnish.

The new system is designed and engineered following Caccaro's DNA: technical innovation, rigor and aesthetic cleanliness, customized hardware, attention to the thickness of the panels, processing with attention to the smallest details and controlled by automatic industrial systems.

Important attention is also paid to the finishes: alongside the lamè and lacquers, glass and essences of the Freedhome palette, there are important innovations that focus on the value of the material. The Kera family of finishes takes up, on a visual and tactile level, the naturalness of stone, while the new Oxid play on metallic reflections.

Monica Graffeo, Caccaro art director who signs the design concept for Wallover explains: “The project stems from the observation of some contemporary sculptures, which work on the concept of rhythm and proportion, in relation to the space in which they are exhibited. From here we have thought of a system of very clean containers, which can be sized as desired and combined with a series of open elements. The latter play on dividers arranged according to different rhythms, which sound good when related together. The aim is to create compositions that make the wall live as if it were a painting, thanks to the tension of the proportions, the rhythm, the sensoriality of the materials and the light that can be applied to the volumes ".