Versatile, luminous, transparent, made with exceptional materials. The new storage cabinets move freely from one room to the next

Frida cocktail cabinet with light structure in burnished metal and Canaletto walnut volume. The doors open like a display case and rotate by 180 degrees. Internal structure in matte brown lacquer, back in bronze-finish mirror and extractable drawer. By Gherardi Architetti for Presotto.

Kendo, designed by Meneghello Paolelli Associati for Alf DaFrè, a sideboard featuring a particular geometric game: each door has a 30-degree cut that divides it into two coplanar but off-axis parts. With a metal base, it comes in Fashion wood with glossy Modica lacquered doors.

Alambra display case with structure in platinum-finish aluminium, reduced to the essential to bring out the transparent gray glass of the cabinet, the internal walnut drawers, the regenerated cowhide and built-in LED lighting system. By Giuseppe Bavuso for Rimadesio.

Alessandro I black and white optical sideboard, composed of an upper part with two doors that open to a large bar cabinet with reflecting panel and glass shelves, and a lower portion with two drawers and large press-open drawers. Designed by William Sawaya for Sawaya & Moroni.

Home Hotel sideboard by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform, in caramel matte lacquer, structure and base in black elm. Featuring profiled fronts with wood borders, also available in a low version. The collection also includes a desk, a console, benches and tables.

Vittoria sideboard designed by Cristina Celestino for Fendi & Fendi Casa, Back Home collection. With briar top, lacquered border and sides, feet and posts in brushed brass-finish steel. The doors in frosted and extra-clear glass create a striped graphic effect to meet contemporary tastes.

Offshore, designed by Piero Lissoni for Porro, a sideboard with three doors and three drawers in ash wood, with 45-degree shelves and internal maple finish. The special carmine ash finish is handmade with repeated coats, making the grain emerge on the surface in a dark red color. On the floor, Guro black and white fabric in cotton and viscose by Dominique Kieffer by Rubelli.

Islands, designed by Stephen Burks for Living Divani, freestanding cabinet accessed from different sides thanks to aluminium strips with an elliptical section that rotate on a central pivot, creating a surface that ranges from compact to open. Legs, top and base in matte black painted MDF.

Photos Paolo Riolzi