Cotto d’Este surfaces at the Salone del Mobile 2018

In addition to Ferruccio Laviani's installation AllOver, Cotto d'Este was present at the Salone del Mobile 2018 edition with its surfaces chosen for the architecture of the stands and for new products by some important brands in the furniture sector.

The Cotto d'Este porcelain stoneware slabs were in fact used by Ferruccio Laviani in the design of the Frag stand (Hall 16 - Stand D51-D55). The perimeter was composed of large windows, with the use of the porcelain stoneware of the Kerlite Exedra series in the unique Riverstone and Rain Gray finishes for partitions and the Buxy Perle series for the flooring.

The artisan luxury of the Franco Bianchini stand (Hall 3 - Stand M36) combined perfectly with the prestige of the Cotto d'Este slabs from the Kerlite Exedra in Rain Gray Glossy series, surfaces which render the original veining and reflections of marble.

Cotto d'Este was also present on Roberti Rattan's stand (Hall 10 - Stand D19), cladding with taste and class the spaces he created.

The Cotto d'Este slabs were also used for the kitchen tops of some of the new products presented by Lube and Scavolini at Eurocucina. Especially Lube (Hall 15 - Stand E19, E25, F20, F26) who, for this occasion, selected the ceramic slabs from the Kerlite Exedra series, in the special Pulpis Silk finish, which evokes original marble with its intense tobacco colour.

 

Cotto d’Este at the Salone del Mobile – Milano Rho-Pero on the stands of:

- Frag (Pad. 16 – Stand D51-D55)

- Franco Bianchini (Pad. 3 – Stand M36)

- Roberti Rattan (Hall 10 – Stand D19)

And in the new collections presented this year by:

- Lube (Pad. 15 - Stand E19, E25, F20, F26)

- Scavolini (Pad. 15 – Stand A11-B14)

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25/03/2020