Open Projects

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Connective intersections in the ‘flowing’ home

With new solutions defined by dynamic connective elements that favour a current perception of architecture, the idea of home acquires new meanings: ADL systems, in fact, make it possible to rethink the subdivision of the spaces where we live.

Traditional partitions find new functions, as well as new aesthetic and technical features, to meet that need for harmony and comfort at the very heart of contemporary home.

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Everything is changing: people are now looking for private, individual spaces that can still be discreetly interconnected without overlapping each other.

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Like pieces of an ever-evolving mosaic, ADL solutions integrate the Boffi|DePadova line devoted to living spaces; created as sliding, hinged, drag-and-drop, pivoting and folding walls, they encourage a constant dialogue – or rather a ‘flow’ – between the different areas of the home, from the most peripheral to the central ones; from the most private to the shared ones.

Like pieces of an ever-evolving mosaic, ADL solutions integrate the Boffi|DePadova line devoted to living spaces; created as sliding, hinged, drag-and-drop, pivoting and folding walls, they encourage a constant dialogue – or rather a ‘flow’ – between the different areas of the home, from the most peripheral to the central ones; from the most private to the shared ones.

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We call this philosophy Open Projects: Sequentiality, Radiality, and Connectivity, three projects that interrelate the spaces while preserving their own logic and architecture.

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Connectivity, in particular, shows how the overall environment can change according to the variable shape of the flow, and how the objects can be combined to form a unified space.

Thus, the dialogue between each part can freely develop along lines that, far from being mere geometries, promote the perception of the home as a whole. This sequence of architectural partitions and conjunctions, in fact, do not interrupt the flow of the domestic spaces in terms of their rational and emotional values.

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These are not aseptic and monotonous forms, but architectures made up of solids and voids, of geometries that intersect with fabric panels, different in colour, as in the case of Golden Gate; or inspired by Japanese rigour, through the stylistic interpretations of vertical uprights and horizontal cross-pieces of Japo, or the formal minimalism of Ipe: this metamorphosis, more contemporary than ever, integrates the full-height handle into the aluminium frame, resulting in a thin and extremely lightweight structure.

These are not aseptic and monotonous forms, but architectures made up of solids and voids, of geometries that intersect with fabric panels, different in colour, as in the case of Golden Gate; or inspired by Japanese rigour, through the stylistic interpretations of vertical uprights and horizontal cross-pieces of Japo, or the formal minimalism of Ipe: this metamorphosis, more contemporary than ever, integrates the full-height handle into the aluminium frame, resulting in a thin and extremely lightweight structure.

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Outdoor

The connections find their raison d’être not only inside the home: ADL’s design can also be adapted to the outdoor if, for example, a system includes sun- and wind-break elements mounted on an aluminium frame, as in the case of Levante.

The resulting fluid architectures, a contemporary interpretation of what Ludwig Mies van der Rohe once called “flowing spaces”, visually connect more private quarters to shared services such as the kitchen, the wellness area, the business rooms, or the reading area, in dialogue with both the architectural structure and the interior design.