|54x54 (ARROCCO)||21.25"x21.25" (ARROCCO)|
|58x35 (ROMBO | BLASONE)||22.8"x13.78" (ROMBO | BLASONE)|
|60x60 (SEGMENTI)||24"x24" (SEGMENTI)|
|58x58 (TESSUTO - TRATTEGGIO)||22.80"x22.80" (TESSUTO - TRATTEGGIO)|
|29x29 (TESSUTO - CONTINUO)||11.4"x11.4" (TESSUTO - CONTINUO)|
TAVOLA 2 STRATI: 14 mm (10mm Multistrato di Abete + 4mm Legno Nobile)
UNI 15185:2011: RESISTENZA ALL’ABRASIONE
UNI 15186:2012: RESISTENZA AL GRAFFIO
EN 13442:2013: TEST RITENZIONE DELLO SPORCO
EN 15187:2013: RESISTENZA AGLI AGENTI CHIMICI
EN 15187:2007: RESISTENZA ALLA LUCE
UNI 9429:2015: RESISTENZA AGLI SBALZI DI TEMPERATURA
Essentiality that inspires concepts: geometric rigor, culture of architecture, reinterpretation of the art of decoration, a look at the past made up of precious traditions that are deconstructed, stripped of the superfluous and updated thanks to skilled craftsmanship.
GIACOBAZZI presents four new projects in collaboration with ATELIER NUANDA & FEDERICO PERI. The new CAPSULE COLLECTION of wooden tile breaks the mould of coffered floors using ecleticism, innovative finishing, the redefinition of interior architectural spaces thanks to a bold interplay of simple geometric shapes and contrasting colors.
The ARROCCO (ATELIER NUANDA) project is inspired by the neo-moorish style and plays with the pure shapes of geometry. Available in 4 different modules, motifs can be repeated horizontally or vertically with the additions of edges and corners to design spaces as dematerialized carpets. The geometric language used defines a new spatiality of the environments through the combination of precious materials such as american walnut and wenge that create interesting chromatic games and infinite combinations.
FEDERICO PERI’s projects follow different suggestions. TESSUTI reinterprets textile patterns on wooden oak surfaces thanks to the alternation between polished and sand-blasted portions where the grains emerge as in a bas-relief of each tile, SEGMENTI draws endless combinations alternating horizontal and vertical segment, BLASONE reinterprets the theme of lozenge as ultimate inspiration of ancient dwellings through a sought-after combination between oak and wenge that allows multiple patterns.