RIFRA K.FLY | Lacquered vanity unit

Lacquered single wall-mounted vanity unit

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K.FLY | Lacquered vanity unit


Lacquered single wall-mounted vanity unit

The characteristic of this new collection is the doors and sides beveled at 45°,visible in the frontal and lateral view.
Its 30°beveled top and the intentionally over-sized horizontal support characterize the collection.
This creates a sophisticated and elegant image.

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Raw oak is a thick veneer of real oak wood.
This thickness allows us to work the panel covered by oak with carved surface, as small wounds, that will be the basis of the subsequent drafting of the clay.
The mixture of row oak and clay produces a unique finish, characterized by great traction and great aesthetic effect.
The colors are the result of a merger between these two materials.
Already known in the time of the Romans, cement is a product of nature originating from stone and fire. The production of cement comes from natural raw materials such as limestone and clay, with the addition of sand; mixed with water these materials solidify and harden, acting as a binder. The result is a healthy, pure and natural product, pleasant to touch. The finishing cement is characterized by high mechanical, abrasion resistance and penetration of liquids through the final treatment with nanotechnology that makes it water-repellent.
Clay or loam is the most ancient building material. Retracing his adventure in architecture means retracing the history of mankind. It is ground, that is a compound of clay and natural aggregates, simply left to air dry, without the need to cook it. The mixtures, with the addition of mineral binders or synthetic, become continuous coatings characterized by mechanical, abrasion and water resistance. The result is a healthy, pure and natural product, pleasant to touch. The colors are the result of the mixing of different clays from different territories.

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