Unusual ways to design a house

Unusual ways to design a house

The enormous potential of Caccaro's Freedhome system for architects and interior designers: evolving furnishing ideas. By Elle Decor.

Helping people organizing the spaces in the house: this has been Caccaro's mission for sixty years. An organization of the environments, that of the Veneto brand, that takes place - pay attention - not with simple space-saving furniture, but with new living concepts, among which the Freedhome system stands out, characterized by absolute design freedom and the ability to revolutionize the traditional patterns of living.

Architects and interior designers with Freedhome witness the transformation of the wall that, from a structural element becomes a vertical container space, with a high level of personalization.

But what are the other aspects that make Freedhome interesting and competitive, in terms of design and ideas for the house, for professionals in the sector? First of all, a special modularity compared to the one we are used to. In fact, thanks to the new production method by Caccaro, each single module can be customized in terms of size, that allows the Freedhome system to adapt to any type of space, from the smallest to the largest. Every environment, moreover, can express a unique and original aesthetic language thanks to the wide range of finishes available. The customizable dimensions and the different functionalities of the modules allow the system to "shape" itself on every area of the house, from the sleeping to the living one, to the bathroom and to the kitchen.

To encourage creativity and composition logics, the modules are organized into six families, starting from Core, defined as the heart of the system, since it is the only one that can live independently of the others. Its distinctive feature is the whole door, in lamé, wood or glass, inside which there is space for large containment, while outside the maximum aesthetic cleanliness prevails

Precisely Core offers the most interesting features of Freedhome, such as the total opening module with door 25 or 50 cm patented by Caccaro, that allows maximum opening with the minimum encumbrance of the doors. This minimizes the space required for assembly, as it takes only 1.5 cm between the top cover of the module and the ceiling. Another Caccaro patent is the depth change module, that ranges from 47.5cm to 72.5cm, which is a smart and functional way to connect different modules of different depths. The corner module is also part of Caccaro's patents: thanks to the combination of hinged opening and total opening and the internal organization of the jambs, the corner is transformed into an open space that is totally accessible. And what about the passage leads? An intelligent module can connect two compositions of great containment and offer the passage to another environment thanks to a total opening door, thus separating two rooms without building masonry walls or drywall.

The other modules families have all specific characteristics: Grid stands out for the symmetrical width door, in which the latter is never whole, but broken by one or more drawers or open compartments that can be positioned at different heights; Grafik is distinguished by the width asymmetry of the doors. Here the intersection of vertical and horizontal lines draws the wall with open compartments, drawers, niches, hangers; Roomy is characterized by open niches, that play different roles according to the chosen module: bookcase, desk, TV, mirror, fireplace. On the other hand, the Cabina family has no doors, but jambs that organize the space by drawing the wall.

Finally, Camerino is an iconic product of the brand, whose self-supporting structure that allows to enter its inside is a Caccaro patent. Thanks to structural changes, Camerino is now part of Freedhome, representing the authentic "great containment". The total opening system in laminated glass or glass door makes it one of the most spectacular pieces of the system.

And what about the management of light inside the modules and open compartments? This is another strong point of the Freedhome system. The LED interior light of the modules has both a functional objective, that is, to allow the user to find what he is looking for, and an aesthetic objective, to draw the space in an evocative way. Instead, the LED light in the open compartments or in the modules with glass doors is an authentic piece of furniture.

If the expert designers and architects were able to fully grasp the infinite functional and aesthetic potential of the Freedhome system, they could experiment and create truly new and unrepeatable modular compositions, adapting to the needs of each client to develop ultra-contemporary homes.