Caccaro at Salone del Mobile 2024

No-Wall House, Caccaro’s successful concept at Salone del Mobile 2024, presents Wallover, Freedhome and Architype systems

At the Salone del Mobile 2024, Caccaro presented No-Wall House, the second chapter of the concept launched in 2023 by the brand, which explores new possible integrations between the Freedhome, Wallover and Architype systems. The exhibit highlighted new forms of dialogue between furniture and architecture by focusing on a system-based modular logic in the service of design creativity.


No-Wall House by Caccaro, a project by Monica Graffeo

No-Wall House, the concept designed by Monica Graffeo for Caccaro, represents a harmonious succession of elegant environments divided by double-sided furniture solutions.

Within Caccaro’s booth at the Salone del Mobile 2024, light, style and color alternated for a striking, impactful and majestic effect.

The green plants (all real) helped create the right atmosphere. Some emphasized the double height of the booth created by the mezzanine, while others delimited the lounge space of the commercial area. On the other hand, light (coming from latest-generation dimmable spotlights with variable optics and integrated LEDs) illuminated details and finishes, capturing the attention and curiosity of visitors.

Moreover, maximum attention was paid to styling. The various environments were enriched with important artistic pieces and lively touches of color, enlivening and personalizing the entire exhibition itinerary, which, made of continuous and harmonious spaces, was able to give new and totally free perspectives on the organization of interior spaces.


The Architype system from Caccaro

Caccaro’s Architype system is the natural continuation of a reflection on the theme of the wall. The introduction of this system, which includes Boiserie and Doors, opens a new perspective on interior spaces and their organization. In fact, Architype was born as an architectural expression of furniture and is linked to three pivotal concepts:

  • Architectural: a free design that overcomes structural constraints to create tailor-made spaces.
  • Types: just as movable characters create a language, so the modules of the system create a new expression for interior design.
  • Archetype: the new System works on the archetypes of the home, which determine the organization of space: walls and doors.

Designed by Caccaro R&D in collaboration with Monica Graffeo, the company’s Art Director, the Architype system covers the wall and, integrated with Freedhome, replaces it to create a fluid environment where spaces are multifunctional and seamlessly connected. Architype consists of two elements in continuous dialogue: Boiserie and Door. Boiserie is designed to cover walls, corners and pillars, and to join Freedhome making it double-sided, while Door gives the system design value. Combined with Boiserie and Freedhome, it creates a passage between two environments.

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The role of finishes in Caccaro systems

A careful choice of materials and combinations enhances the perception of the space made by Caccaro, making it more evocative and livelier. The tactile, textural and chromatic variety that distinguishes the brand contributes to the well-being of those who experience the space while offering ever-new ideas to those who use the Freedhome, Wallover and Architype systems to design spaces. In addition, the lacquer palette has been updated and joined the textural finishes. Three new variants of Kera – Pietra Grey, Grey and Anthracite –, the new ribbed finish and the relaunch of Natural Wood guarantee maximum customization and harmony in combinations. Moreover, since the early 2000s, concern for the environment and people’s health has led Caccaro to choose odorless and non-toxic water-based finishes.

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