Luxury home elevators are no longer just a functional necessity for the home. They are now a statement piece that can reflect your personal taste and style. The Aritco HomeLift DesignWall offers just that, with its unique and luxurious designs inspired by the Scandinavian heritage.
The DesignWall, made from acrylic glass, is a painting in itself, and with the help of some of Scandinavia’s most prominent designers and artists, it has become a true piece of art. The wall features a range of art designs, carefully selected to allow you to make a statement and express your taste that you can check out here.(https://www.aritco.com/products/home-lifts/designwalls/)
For a limited period, designers Evelina Kroon and Alexander Lervik have collaborated to bring a new and exclusive design to the HomeLift. The Geometric design, a flirt with the old way of making patterns, is a handcrafted artwork that reflects patterns and colours from the 1960s and 1970s, with a modern touch. The pattern is printed on a backlit plexi glass wall and adds an extra touch of sophistication to the lift.
Interior Designer Alexander Lervik was a central figure in the creation of the Aritco HomeLift design, and his vision was to create products that provide new experiences for the observer. The Aritco HomeLift is the first elevator uniquely designed for homes, not just as a functional element, but also as a piece of art or furniture.
The DesignWall is a perfect example of how form and function can come together in a product. Want to know more about the Aritco range of lifts? Contact Axis Lifts today