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Angelo Mangiarotti, 1964


Multiuse is a versatile and elegant furnishing system that has been elaborated upon over the years by Angelo Mangiarotti. His idea was to create a structure composed of wooden uprights and cross-beams incorporating horizontal and vertical shelves, including sliding panels which functionally characterize the project. The design features a structure in which seamless horizontal planes hold up the vertical elements and are fitted with extruded aluminium cross-beams designed to allow the front doors to slide. The doors’ interplay of concealing and revealing is the most distinctive stylistic feature of this still incredibly cutting-edge furnishing system: just like the systems designed by Charles and Ray Eames, Multiuse is another 20th-century classic.

  • Modular system composed of horizontal plywood elements with a natural or dark oak finish alternated with closed cabinets with sliding doors on brushed chrome-plated aluminium runners
  • The cabinets have plywood back and sides with a natural or dark oak finish and doors in the same finish or in white, two shades of gray, green or orange lacquered MDF
  • Modules are supplied without the doors and must be fitted on all the units in your chosen colors
  • Available in 3 widths and 4 heights
  • Widths: 61.0" 76.8" 92.5"
  • Heights: 19.3" 33.6" 48.4" 63.0"
  • Made in Italy by AgapeCasa



Many of our products come in additional finishes and sizes. For questions, finish options and custom orders please contact or call 1-877-278-4836 Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm to speak to a design expert for advice and consultation.


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