Floating Furniture

Floating Design

Innovation and design: Floating Design

The innovation nature of floating furniture is represented by the light weight, functionality and striking design of the items.

Sartor 1956 Floating Design


The free-standing structure has been devised to created totally suspended furnishing elements, inside of which electricity, plumbing and home automation systems can be inserted.
Sartor 1956 Floating Design


As well as being light and extremely versatile, the structure is especially suitable for open space settings such as loft apartments and the redevelopment of industrial and
commercial buildings: freedom to shape environments without being restricted by the existing systems.

Advantages and technical parameters

Light-weight components, optimised spaces and no walls

Sartor 1956 Floating Design

The components

The primary advantage of floating furniture is undoubtedly the optimisation of space and the complete absence of internal walls, as well as the limitation of lighting elements and water drainage systems. The system of cables running through the structure has also been devised and created to facilitate inspection, monitoring and technical assistance.
Sartor 1956 Floating Design

Boosting energy efficiency

The floating components also guarantee a more efficient distribution of hot air, so in the
case of underfloor heating systems, heat convection is not hindered by the furniture.
Sartor 1956 Floating Design


Floating furnishings make it easier to reach all parts, and to clean and sanitise all areas.