Published on : Monday, February 19, 2018
ROMA – Marco Piva
Marble and stone materials meet the preciousness of gold leaf in this design. Bright lines emphasize the washbasin’s sculptural shape, and frame in accurate geometries the fantastic and surprising textures generated by nature.
In Roma, marble expresses essentiality, historical elegance, the idea of refined and exclusive luxury, that combines tradition and contemporaneity.
KALYPSO – Enzo Berti
This is a sculptural and materic object, with an essential yet soft shape, enriched by the uniqueness of the marble veins.
After the success of Kora, Kreoo’s first bathtub, characterized by its suspension on an easel, the brand launches Kalypso, whose name in Greek mythology refers to a nymph, and therefore to the strong relationship with the water element.
Kalypso recalls ancient classical forms, which also have inspired the bathtubs of the neoclassical and Napoleonic era.
A new small table in Kreoo living collection, a tribute to the United States of America, which proposes itself as a piece of furniture with a strong character.
Work of art in itself, the table top, a single marble slab, is configured by the intersection of three geometric elements, sinuous and circular.
Marble is cut according to the metal profile of the table, which elegantly interrupts the veining of the marble, generating new shapes, similar to rice grains, or flower’s petals.
NODO – Enzo Berti
This is a family of coffee tables and shelves characterized by geometric elements with essential shapes, in which the marble top rests on linear brass profiles.
A light and contemporary visual impact, the marble’s veins emphasize the uniqueness of each element. A significant detail is the elegance of the angular joint of the profiles, able to support the top while making it look like “suspended” on two sides, giving to the solidity of the material an unprecedented lightness.
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