La credenza Alfama by Albedo Design
Albedo Design presents Alfama, a sideboard with modern lines. The strong link with the Italian territory and the monuments that have made the history inspired the designer Carlo Cumini, which has thus created a collection in which the geometry of the pyramid elements of the texture shows a strong call with the outside ashlar of the Diamond Palace in Ferrara.
The Alfama sideboard by Albedo Design has two doors opening on the sides and a central pull-out drawers, with a lacquering choice variants in white, black or gold with a satin finish. On the summit, the top is in back painted glass, available with or without window, while inside, as an option, are available under top and central drawers.
The model is also available without extractable drawer, with top in back painted glass and interior clear glass shelf, with the possibility of having two interior drawers, mirror back and gold or red lacquered interior China. The Alfama sideboard has a length of 182 centimeters, a depth of 53 and a height of 101 cm.
Carlo Cumini was born in Gemona del Friuli in 1953. After technical studies, he began working in the family business as a sales force and designing home furnishings. From 1979 to 1984 he designed individual pieces of furniture that become serial for the Cumini company since 1985 and for Horm since its founding in 1989. In 2000 he designed and created the furnishings for the Museum of Modern Art in Caracas.
Published on 2017/03/17 in Cucine d'Italia.