A slight cut at the top of the door creates space to insert your hand and open the drawer. A lacquered gorge placed under the top hides the stuff inside the drawer. The cut of the wing is designed in such a way that the line starts and ends in tangency, so that any extensions fit the curves of the handles with continuity and fluidity, to create an almost infinite play. Night is the alter ego of Day and completes the collection. Both are characterized by the use of raw materials and skilled elements, that determine the front of the cabinet. In Night & Day collections the handle has been created through an aesthetic cut at the top of the wing, representing at the same time a strong connotative element and a functional handle. Unlike Day, the sign of the cutting curve in Night is developed in an asymmetrical way. This design differentiates it from the older brother.