Showroom: Moore + Friesl’s New C2 Credenza

Moore + Friesl's newest arrival into their collection of furnishings is the C2 Credenza. It features a high-glass finish and accents of bright color and light. Image courtesy Moore + Firesl.

Moore + Friesl’s newest arrival into their collection of furnishings is the C2 Credenza. It features a high-glass finish and accents of bright color and light. Image courtesy Moore + Firesl.

The innovative LA–based architecture firm Moore + Friesl Design Group is at it again. They’re introducing the C2 Credenza. It joins their earlier C1 Credenza, a compelling piece formed in part using a folded piece metal to create its frame. This time, the duo used Senoplast, a high-gloss furniture film for the bold, rectilinear piece. UV-resistant, recyclable and PVC-free, the material bonds over a wood substrate to create high performance finish that’s scratch resistant.

“We have used Senoplast before on another project, and it provides an absolutely brilliant surface—highly durable and an excellent mirror finish. The prefinished material allows us to large surface areas in a flawless finish giving you the highest ability to control the quality of the finished piece,” says firm co-founder Marcus Friesl.

Otherwise a glossy white, the piece reveals matte acid green color inside, with hints of the hue on the exterior too. “We wanted a neutral piece that only hinted at something with more character underneath,” says Friesl. “The integrated handles are highlighted by the interior color—that helps to add a little pop and character.”

The crowning touch of the piece, though, may just be the LED lights on the top edge and sides that emit a soft glow. Explains Friesl, “The purpose of the lighting was to add another functional element to the piece.  The lighting helps to give the piece warmth, and adds great ambient lighting to any room the piece is situated in.”

Available as a four door unit with interior shelves, Moore + Friesl also offers the credenza in custom sizes. Additional option include drawers rather than doors, powder-coated metal colors for the feet, choice of tones for the LED light and a selection of color combinations for the piece itself.

 

“It’s a modern piece with character that adds warmth to the home,” says Friesl.

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