Created by Stefano Boeri’s famous architectural studio, the Mettitutto is a cabinet that also decorates the home. It is not designed to hide, and this shows through its rotating function. This piece can hold many different tools and temporary accessories, such as keys, gloves, documents, telephones and wires, wallets, and many other objects.
Mettitutto comes in different versions (the D 1628 and the D 1628 One Way). It is an evolution of a typical Italian cabinet: the sideboard. Annibale Colombo Mobili and Stefano Boeri have created an innovative “threshold-device” that can hold many everyday objects that do not really have their own place.
This family of sophisticated storage modules made of wood, glass and leather includes shelved pieces open on two sides and a delightful system of shelves and drawers.