BRAND Caccaro
DESIGNER Monica Graffeo
The walls of the house as architecture with Wallover, the new system of containers, vertical and horizontal, proposed by Caccaro. The company deepens the research carried out with Freedhome and once again focuses on the domestic space giving an ‘architectural cut’ to the house, from the living room to the sleeping area. To be freely composed in space, the system has multiple functions to enhance the home walls with personality. The wide range of internal equipment provided, including lighting, transforms every Wallover single composition so that it is functional to the environment in which it is located: full-height double-sided pillars also placed in the center of the room, walls for the living room equipped with TV, solutions that reinterpret the concept of a traditional sideboard, bookcases, containers for the sleeping area or compositions for the entrance. A system designed and engineered following the company’s DNA: technical innovation, rigour, and aesthetic cleanliness, processing with attention to the smallest details and controlled by automated industrial systems. It is a very clean configuration of containers that can be sized to better manage the proportions and which relates to a series of open elements with dividers, arranged according to different rhythms. The aim is to create compositions that make the wall feel like a painting, thanks to the tension of proportions, rhythm, materiality, and light that enhances the volumes. “The project is born from the observation of some contemporary sculptures that work on the concept of rhythm and proportion in their relationship with the space in which they are exposed” explains Monica Graffeo, art director Caccaro, who signs the design concept of Wallover. Great attention is also paid to the finishes: alongside the lamè and lacquers, glass, and essences of the Freedhome palette, some novelties are proposed that focus on the material. The Kera family takes up the naturalness of stone on a visual and tactile level, while the new Oxids plays on the metallic reflections.