Extend Your Livable Space with Unopiù’s Urban Balcony
It seems safe to say that small living has surpassed having its moment to now being a movement. While plenty of individuals choose to go this route to have a smaller environmental footprint or rely on fewer material goods, some of us have no choice as city dwellers. Now there’s one less thing to miss with Urban Balcony, a wall structure made of iroku wood and available with several accessories that allow you to take full advantage of what little outdoor space you may have. Designed by Meneghello Paolelli Associati for Unopiù, Urban Balcony is a modular, flexible system that will allow you to create a space for entertaining, relaxing, or even working.
Take full advantage of that extra outdoor space by making your balcony or terrace an extension of the interior of your home. Urban Balcony can be made to measure, then you simply affix it to either a wall or ceiling before attaching flower boxes, shelves, countertops, and more.
The city lives and the public and private areas evolve. There is a transformation in the use of areas and Urban Balcony understands this change by creating new multiple solutions of micro-furnishings for a better use of city balconies or small outdoor areas. Urban Balcony is a system which can be configured for modern terraces. Eating, reading, studying, working, hanging out washing, looking after plants and flowers, relaxing: these are just a few of the things one can do in this “renewed” space that, however small it might be, is of truly great value.
-Meneghello Paolelli Associati
Urban Balcony is currently available for purchase on unopiù.com.
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