Published on : Monday, June 8, 2015
CIELO, leading manufacturer for ceramic sanitary ware, with standing out collections for its handcrafted production, level of design, choice of finest materials and attention to details, confirms, once again, its role in state-of-art company in the world of design: CIELO, in fact, has been the only Italian company awarded in New York with the prestigious 2015 ICFF Editor’s Awards for the “Kitchen and Bathroom” category.
The Award is not only a recognition for quality and design of the products present at the ICFF show – including the collection “Le Giare” by Claudio Silvestrin, the collection “Arcadia” by Design Studio APG and the exclusive range of colors and materials “Le Terre di CIELO“ – but, the prize, is also a reward for the excellence in production, research and development of CIELO which proudly worldwide represent the Made in Italy.
The ICFF Editor’s Awards celebrates CIELO’s attitude in research and high-end design. The company took up the new global market challenges, boosting design and research, offering an uncompromising quality to the most demanding scenario, architects and interior designer.
CIELO’s production is handmade in Italy and offers a new tailored concept based on advanced craftsmanship, combined with high-end industrial technology, far from homogenization and serial production. In fact, one of the strengths of the brand is represented by its ability to offer total customization of the product. Thanks to this characteristic, CIELO’s production is also perfectly suitable for the “contract” market, as already evidenced by supplying many of eminent projects worldwide.
The prestigious ICFF Editor’s Award is a prize, which is given by the most important international magazines press to the top innovative industries, each year during the world-renowned show in New York.
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