In an articulated environment, the dividing element is never a barrier but an element of surprise. This is the idea that suggested the transformation of a door into a precious casket built with noble materials such as leather. The rest is the result of a functional process linked to an invisible construction technology because Brandy is a flush door, and its bas-relief surfaces recall the boiserie of period houses, while reproducing the effect of a bag that is completely covered by leather. Brandy is a magical name, it evokes the taste and tradition of the best saddlery without being aesthetically excessive. The balance of graphic signs and surfaces highlights an object that divides spaces anticipating their richness, the element of surprise is emphasized by the precision of the hardware and the extremely silent opening mechanism. Brandy is not only a decorative object but is a witness of Italian excellence and the culture that belongs to us, that of good taste and proportion, which flows into a timeless style.
Designer Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri
Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri: With office in Milan, DLSM has a thirty-year history in developing international interior projects, product, graphic design and video production, in addition to being responsible for the art direction for some of the most influential design companies. Led by Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri, the practice combines a range of expertise with a tailored approach that sets it apart, establishing a stylistic code and a visual identity that are clearly and instantly recognizable.
The practice’s work is inspired by a sense of rigor and simplicity and is characterized by a regard to detail, coherence and elegance with particular attention to proportion and harmony.