Lissone, October 11, 2017 – At the Sicam trade fair in Pordenone, Cleaf showcase the new Piombo matt surface with an installation by Bestetti Associati that underline its vertical potential.
Piombo is the surface for furniture and interior design that joins the Cleaf's Hyper Materials collection, which is composed of original solutions, a synthesis of technique, materials, style and sustainability.
It shares its chief characteristic with the metal from which it takes its name (symbol Pb, atomic number 82): it is completely matt.
Innovative acrylic resins, applied using Electron Beam Curing, mean that Piombo reflects very little light – hence the opacity – while at the same making it anti-fingerprint, soft to the touch and highly resistant to scratches.
Cleaf's unique experience and production technology have succeeded in transferring these cutting edge properties to faced panel, laminate and edge.
The result is a sophisticated and coordinated surface for furnishings and interiors,either vertical or horizontal.
Along the stand perimeter, melamine faced panels mounted on wall grids in an arrangement based on the dominant chromatics of the four elements createabstract compositions. Warm colours for fire, neutral for air, cold for water and intense for earth.