Maxima 2.2 is Cesar’s design and creative system that stands out for its transversality and functionality combined with unique elegance. In its presentation of the latest evolutions of Maxima 2.2, the new 2021 catalogue (designed and edited under the artistic direction of Garcia Cumini) highlights the desire to offer modern, stylish, and simple products, in a creative and emotional journey told through the photographs of Andrea Ferrari and enriched by the sophisticated styling of Studiopepe.
In an open domestic environment without any walls – a common thread in the careful design of all Cesar home elements – the Maxima 2.2 system can be integrated into The 50’s, a contemporary reinterpretation of the bookcase and storage systems of the 1950s.
Thanks to its versatility, The 50’s structure permits small appliance, oven, and wine cellar installations, as well as compartments for kitchen
components such as open and closed storage areas, and bottle or glass holders. By organising and arranging the glass shelves to envision
a more eclectic use of furnishings and moving away from the functional constraints of dining areas, the wall system designed by Garcia Cumini elegantly lends itself to unite harmoniously the different domestic environments.
Maxima 2.2 also dialogues harmoniously with Dressup, a Cesar project designed to furnish the spaces between kitchen bases and wall units innovatively. The solution has been further developed and it can now be used to furnish different areas of the house creatively and elegantly. Technology and lightness are the two inspiring principles that have permitted the reversal of the storage drawer paradigm, moving from a traditional, horizontal structure to a vertical model.
The many combinations, varying both in their modularity and in the choice of their accessories and materials, make it possible to obtain a sophisticated aesthetic result and to bask in the pleasure of designer furnishings and incomparable quality. Maxima 2.2 is, therefore, a fully integrated project, whose every detail has been carefully studied and which is characterised by the
attention that Cesar gives to beauty combined with performance.