Re-edition of an emblematic piece from the 90s, the Tivù TV cabinet is made up of two large interlocking 3D letters, a T and a V! This idea at the same time simple and fun is signed by the famous designer Stefano Giovannoni.
The structure of the piece of furniture, with its monolithic appearance, is part of the collective memory: it recalls the graphics of the generic RAI (Italian Radio Television) broadcast at the beginning of each broadcast from the 50s to the 80s. Beyond the anecdotes, the shape of Tivù makes it very functional: the depth of the top has been redesigned to adapt to the actual screens, the drawer-compartment allows you to place the decoder and the DVD player, cable glands are provided on the back, the V wings can accommodate programs, newspapers and magazines.
The cabinet has 4 wheels hidden under the cabinet to be able to move it more easily. Re-edition of the 1992 model - 1 drawer - 4 wheels placed under the cabinet - Handcrafted in Italy