Design: Antonio Citterio (2003).
The common denominator in Mida storage units is a base-frame of bright chromed, bronzed nickel painted, black painted, with brass finish or with copper finish steel profiles which supports various typologies of storage units: the smallest with feet are available in two heights, doors that rotate outwards 270° and different internal equipments; the low and long sideboard with rotating doors reveals either the two external compartments or the central compartments; the chest of drawers is available in two sizes. Wood: grey oak, brushed light, brushed black oak, Sucupira, natural wenge and smoked oak rough cut. This last finish, thanks to a cut that reproduces the manual craftsmanship of sawn edges, leaves traces of processing that add value to its timeless elegance, a distinguishing feature for Maxalto. The internal frame of storage units are in wood or glossy brick red painted.
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