Published on : Wednesday, February 18, 2015
CIELO, the innovative and trend setter company in the Italian ceramic sector, that has revolutionized the way of conceiving the ceramics for the bathroom, has won the prestigious GOOD DESIGN™ Award 2014 for SLOT, BALL and MINI BALL urinals, designed by 5.5 Designers, young and undisputed protagonists of the international design scene.
The accolade given to these products- already honored with the “Red Dot Award: Product Design” 2014 and selected for the ADI Design Index 2014 – celebrates once again the Cieollo’s attitude to remarkably express the strong and innate predilection for the design. In fact, the company took up the new challenge posed by the global market with a new approach to design and functionality in bathroom, by offering top quality products able to satisfy requests of originality and uniqueness by the highest and most demanding markets, privates, architects and interior designers.
SLOT, BALL and MINI BALL are versatile design products based on pure geometric forms. They match French creativity with high quality Italian handmade style in a new creative approach for residential and contract bathroom furnishings without forgoing comfort, optimal practicality and ease of mounting and cleaning. Cielo’s production is perfectly suitable for the contract, as qualities proved by the prestigious supplies present worldwide.
The products are made in the finest Italian ceramic material and come in glossy white, glossy black, stone, charcoal and “Terre di Cielo” – a range inspired by natural elements. Cielo’s meticulous efforts gave fresh interpretations to all its ceramic design products through 12 colors and original textures inspired by nature, including: Basalt, Frost, Pumice, Talcum, Cacao, Tobacco, Sandstone, Tuff, Moss, Sage, Agave and Silt.
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