A feature of the Grid modular system is the ease with which several basic elements can be combined to provide reliable and complete furniture solutions. Grid, designed by Vincent Van Duisen, fully meets this criterion of infinite modularity. This is a new research chapter in what today is known as modular wall systems. The evolution of the internal space due to the presence of electronic devices that expand the perception of the room. Grid is a modular system characterized by a system of folding panels mounted on a wall, inside which, upon request, LED lighting can be installed both in the central part, and above and below, together with various connections related to sound and sound, image and high-tech equipment. The goal of this is to create a flexible open system based on a modular grid that organizes components and enhances their functions. As in a crossword puzzle attached to a boiserie, the wall in the lower part can be supplemented with containers hanging or standing on the floor, with thick shelves or with trays lined in the lower part of eco-leather. The freedom of composition of the Grid is further enhanced by open bookshelves, display cases of various heights with Pewter or Copper metal trim for precious jewelry, paintings or souvenirs. The compositional system is open and can be expanded through the use of various finishes, which can be mixed and selected as desired. The selection of wood has been expanded beyond eucalyptus and graphite oak to include noble walnuts. Matte and glossy finishes now include Copper, Pewter and Dove Gray. Bookcases can be supplemented with leather compartments upon request.