The delicacy of the light, as it caresses the surfaces and embraces the intimate splendour of the space, represents the light-heartedness and joie de vivre evoked by this Maxima 2.2 composition.

Within an elegant city villa, the space extends seamlessly from the kitchen to the living room.

The work area features precious Bianco Apuano marble aggregate: a material that combines quality and functionality and that is present in the worktop, in the Block sink, and in the Dressup Line shelf covering equipped with accessories for storing daily use objects.

The same finish is used in the cladding of the niche within the large tall units in glossy lacquered Magnolia.

A stark contrast in colour and texture is created by the pairing of light and dark shades, like the Lutezio melamine finish that characterises the cabinet doors of the bases, and the Rovere Termocotto of the Trilli open compartments.

The same colour shades are used in the innovative Hide and Seek system: a versatile system whose interior can be customised with various Cesar modules. This creates an ample storage space hidden from view and equipped with well-lit and striking shelving.

The Platform table, in Rovere Termocotto, serves as the trait d'union with the living room, where one’s gaze is captured by the retro-style shapes of the The 50’s wall system, here shown in a very sleek silk-effect Nero lacquer finish.

The final result is one of great harmony and balance, animated by sophisticated research in textures and colours, which contributes to creating an elegant and relaxing atmosphere.