Graphical elements: Ornare’s High Line Collection

Brazil-based Ornare introduced the High Line Collection, including work by designers including Patricia Anastasiadis, Marcelo Rosenbaum, Ruy Ohtake, Guto Indio da Costa and Zanini de Zanine.

Ohtake’s "Árvore, Silhueta e Meia Lua" cabinets have wardrobes and other storage components constructed of Brazilian wood integrated with graphical elements. Rosenbaum’s contribution to High Line, the "Lite Line and Handles," is a collection of handle-less cabinetry featuring the inset mold of a hand, cast in aluminum and melted directly onto the wood. Other elements include Guto Indio de Costa’s naturally ventilated "Tek Kitchen Line", Patricia Anastassiadis’ Venetian-inspired "Monograma Cabinets" and Zanini de Zanine’s collection of chairs, benches, racks, and tables.

Esther and Murillo Schattan founded Ornare, which offers products for kitchen, bath and entertainment spaces: cabinets, closets, doors and partitions.

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