Cubitum in history

In the times of the ancient Egyptians, cubitum represented the essential unit of measurement used for the construction of temples and pyramids.

As the length of Pharaoh's forearm, from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger, this metric represented the right balance of proportions, harmony and beauty of the tangible world: the transfiguration of the divine in its humble earthly dimension.

After 2000 years, the architectural emotion of the great Egyptian works is proposed again in a completely different key: Cube 3

Cube 3 is inspired by the length of the Egyptian royal cubit (52.3 cm), transforming it into a design element, capable of making any environment elegant and modern.