The Imola, LaFaenza and Leonardo brands bring change and style to Cersaie 2015
This year the quality of made in Italy ceramic tiles brings Cersaie 2015 new material identities and aesthetic concepts, completely changed.
A single underlying theme links the latest Imola, LaFaenza and Leonardo offerings: that of change, setting a new course straight to the heart of style. This is thanks to research on and the perfecting of new aesthetic criteria.
The surfaces that will be previewed at the most eagerly awaited event in the bathroom furnishings sector are a complete change, a restyling that has led to new identity and production concepts. Unprecedented effects, textures and nuances are there to be touched and seen.The woods reflect the expertise that goes into freshly carved boards with rippling lines: Imola’s Kuni is porcelain stoneware with a wonderfully natural design, full of life and marks. The extraordinarily warm, snug look of wood is combined with natural, realistic colours, making this new collection a really appealing composite offering.
The ceramics are in the pursuit of beauty, in the most classic sense.
This gives rise to Orobianco, the LaFaenza product inspired by travertine, Rome’s white gold - a unique, captivating type of marble. This elegant, refined design was developed in 5 colours, 2 surfaces and 4 sizes, in the latest, most surprising shades, thanks to the unusual and original reference models dug out of practically unknown small quarries.
Floor and wall tiles have a contemporary look, but they still have traditional charm.
This is how Waterfront from Leonardo interprets two materials that are poles apart, terracotta and concrete. And it does so in a chameleonic, versatile way: a style reference translated into porcelain stoneware with on-trend colours, like cappuccino and grey.
Would you like to know more about it?
We look forward to seeing you at Cersaie 2015,
from 28th September to 2nd October
HALL 36 Stand A32-B37