CERSAIE 2017: INTERSECTION / designed by Matteo Nunziati

18/09/2017
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FIANDRE ARCHITECTURAL SURFACES
25–29 SEPTEMBER
CERSAIE, BOLOGNA
hall 25 stand A164/B165

For CERSAIE 2017, Fiandre Architectural Surfaces unveils its new collections of surfaces for architecture interior design and furnishings. Also brand-new is the form in which the new content will be presented at the exhibition, designed by Matteo Nunziati to highlight the innovative solutions that Fiandre proposes.

Why INTERSECTION? The term was chosen to underscore the crucial role that ceramic surfaces play in many areas of application. Fiandre surfaces are therefore presented as the point where three guiding themes converge: Architecture, Interior Design and Customisation. Matteo Nunziati’s concept translates the message of Fiandre into design through a spectacular complex of volumes that penetrate one another and intersect at a central point. The entire external envelope, freely inspired by Herzog & de Meuron’s VitraHaus, symbolises the link between Fiandre and Architecture. The long central corridor is its heart, dedicated to welcome and the extensive display of the new Eminent Wood Maximum large slabs. Various themed areas branch out from the centre of the corridor: two areas dedicated to Interior Design display a bathroom created with the exclusive Dark Marquina from Marmi Maximum and a living room setting dedicated entirely to the new MUSA+ series respectively; opposite the central walkway you can access the Design Your Slab area, the most recent innovation from Iris Ceramica Group in the field of the Customisation of ceramic surfaces starting from the individual slab.

Furnishings finished with Fiandre surfaces, attention to details and moods studied in great depth to highlight new colours and finishes put the final touches on a presentation with extraordinary aesthetic impact for visitors.

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