Photo of the Barausse Stand

On the occasion of the 60th edition of the Salone del Mobile, held from the 7th to the 12th June at the Milan Rho Fair, we presented the new collections inspired by the Continuity concept.

The Continuity system, made in an exquisitely sartorial fashion, combines opening solutions with wall paneling and furnishing elements. The broad scope and versatility of this unique concept endows living spaces with aesthetic coherence and functional features. The combination of elements enhances the perception of space, conveying a feeling of harmony and well-being.

Among the proposed solutions: the Yūgen wall panelling, designed by the architect Daniele Lo Scalzo Moscheri and Matteo Meraldi, the Upload equipped wall system, the hidden pivot doors and the TIP glass and aluminum partition systems.

Photo from the Barausse stand at the fair – Yugen Boiserie

The Yugen collection, which can be perfectly integrated with the Continuity system, is characterised by a slender border which frames the panelling and embellishes the space.

Photo from the Barausse stand at the fair – TIP collection – Pivot doors

Thin aluminum profiles and wide transparent surfaces: the TIP glass door collection is dedicated to those who love bright and open spaces. Thanks to the handles perfectly integrated with the door design, the same models are available both in the standard and sliding options.

Photo from the Barausse stand at the fair – UPLOAD – Walk-in closet

UPLOAD wall panels, which can fit perfectly into the CONTINUITY system, are made up of modular elements that can be customized according to ones needs. Shelves, chest of drawers and boiserie are carefully designed to give a refined taste to your rooms.

The UPLOAD collection is made up of functional elements embellished with elegant metal profiles which can be integrated with slender LED lighting strips that highlight the enormous attention to detail.  The entire system is designed to characterise and articulate the wardrobe area through the use of modular shelves and drawers that can be arranged according to one’s needs.