Moka

1999
Designer  Mario Asnago | Claudio Vender

The Moka display case is part of the eponymous collection designed by Mario Asnago and Claudio Vender in 1939 and produced by Flexform since 1985. The Moka display case is filled with design references that trace back to Rationalism, an artistic and architectural movement of which the two architects, Asnago and Vender, who formed their professional partnership in the 1930s, were among the greatest exponents. Framed in Canaletto walnut or ash, available in a number of stain finishes, the display case sits on a slender, elegant tubular metal structure that is available in black or white painted aluminum. The structure forms a sophisticated X-shaped design at the base. The doors, back panel and shelves are all made of glass and lend the Moka display case a light, minimalist look with a surprisingly modern feel that is entirely relevant today.

Technical Specifications

FRAME IN SOLID WOOD CANALETTO WALNUT, CANALETTO WALNUT EXTRA, CANALETTO WALNUT STAINED COFFEE. ASHWOOD NATURAL, STAINED TEAK, STAINED EBONY, STAINED WENGE, STAINED CHERRY, STAINED WALNUT , STAINED COFFEE, STAINED BROWN.

LEGS IN METAL JOINED AT THE BASE IN “X”SHAPE, AVAILABLE IN THE FOLLOWING COLOURS: BLACK, WHITE AND ALUMINIUM. 

FRONT SURFACE SLIDING GLASS DOORS.

BACK SURFACE IN GLASS. 

SHELVES IN GLASS.

* Registered users only