Caimi Interiors is the new vibrant catalogue by Caimi Brevetti that collects the countless furnishing solutions and the many accessories and complements made by the company, in the spirit of design that has always distinguished it.
Intelligent and functional ideas, designed in collaboration with well-known international designers, transversal to the different types of contemporary living: domestic, public and for workspace too.
It makes every space of our daily life pleasant, welcoming and easy.
The protagonist Socrate Outdoor, designed by Mario Trimarchi and Caimi Lab, the new elaboration of the best seller Socrate. It is a modular system, developed in two heights, with shelves available in different materials and equipped with numerous accessories. It allows furnishing any type of external and internal environment, large or tiny, private or collective with functionality, grace and aesthetic lightness.
However, there is more: Socrate Outdoor comes alive with color thanks to a careful selection of paints, such as pastel turquoise, olive green and white green.
These apply to various elements within the system, allowing an original and unprecedented chromatic play, in harmony with nature.
Again, color renovates and transforms other pieces in the Caimi Interiors collection. This is the case of the modular seating system Ulisse, designed by Caimi Lab, in metallic sand and orange-red shades. Alternatives capable of personalizing and reviving any environment, banishing monotony.
Many energetic colours also in the field of coat stands such as Battista Color, designed by Michele De Lucchi with Sezgin Aksu, or Swing, designed by Claudio Bellini.
The multi-coloured world of accessories should also be underlined: the Centolitri line of containers, for separate waste collection, designed by Caimi Lab, or the unusual and pleasant new multifunctional objects in stoneware Kabo, designed by Alessandro Zambelli.
Among the accessories, Gastone definitely stands. Designed by Caimi Lab, this original dividing element is useful for composing defined paths, through a nice game of ropes that separate without actually rejecting: a gentle divider.