Published on : Friday, May 16, 2014
The new accessorised wall panelling for the Riciclantica arrangement is shown in the new “Rovere Tattile Millenium” finish which, due to the fact that it has been lying on the river bed for thousands of years (the radiocarbon dating method dates the wood as far back as 6600 and 7000 B.C.) and since it has been exceptionally preserved intact without fossilizing, can offer unique water, stain and light resistance.
Valcucine combines contemporary formal rigour with the warm, textural feel of wood, in line with the choices made when “Noce Tattile” and “Olmo Tattile” were launched. On the other hand, the tower units shown in the arrangement appear as a single, pure volume thanks to the Artematica “Noce Tattile Millenium” doors.
Together with the warmth of wood, Valcucine also offers Riciclantica in a new version in stainless steel that has been first sand-blasted, then burnished, and lastly protected using nanotechnologies to give it a special, rough, finish.