Lissone, 09 April 2019 – For its first participation at Salone del Mobile.Milano Cleaf presents C-HOUSE, the research on its innovative surfaces and their applications.
C-HOUSE is developed in the project of its stand inside S.Project and CCube corporate showroom in Lissone.
The stand at Salone del Mobile.Milano designed by Bestetti Associati showcase the multiple applications of the surfaces for furniture and interiors: faced panels, laminates and ABS edges.
A journey through a mock-up apartment in which volumes, horizontal and vertical planes, positioned in the various rooms reveal the aesthetic and technological qualities of the collection.
The CCube installation designed by Studio MILO divides the collection into three home environments – Welcome, Living, Night – and two colour/style variants – the sober Classic, and the more daring Contemporary.
The central installation encapsulates the two souls of the interior that are themselves reinterpreted in the day and night zones by lines of perspective and domestic surroundings.
The focus of the interior is the new collection of solid colour decorative papers in 90 newly created colours in three families – Neutral, Trendy, Evergreen – that reflect three different moods.
The varieties of product uses and styles enrich the multiplicity of decoratives and textures offered by the Cleaf collection, suitable for any type of furniture or interior.
Four new textures:
Shou Sugi Ban is the ancient Japanese technique of burning wood to preserve it over time. Besides being a conservative and eco-sustainable practice it gives an aesthetically pleasing "burnt wood" effect. The Bruciato texture is the representation of this effect on an ash essence. It’s available as faced panel, laminate and ABS edge.
Cheope is a geometric texture inspired by the perfect lines of the pyramids seen from a zenithal point of view. The shape is interpreted in its three-dimensionality, in order to create plays of light and shadow on furniture and walls. It’s available as faced panel, laminate and ABS edge.
Paulownia wood is used for the production of geta, the traditional Japanese sandals that have a wooden sole raised by two dowels, held on the foot with a string that divides the big toe from the other toes. The Geta texture has an attractive appearance due to the regularity of the fiber. It’s available as faced panel, laminate and ABS edge.
The Paglia texture presents an endless series of parallel vertical lines that give the surface a vibrant effect. Combined with solid color decorative papers it enhances the geometric pattern and with the wood essences it blends the three-dimensional effect. It’s available as faced panel and ABS edge.
9/14 April 2019
Salone del Mobile.Milano
Hall 22 A39 B34
8/12 April 2019
Via Bottego 15 Lissone