Sicis presents the new evolution of the decorative coating material at imm cologne
Evocative Light, Scenic Textures
23/01/2020 - Relaxing colours, comfortable spaces,enfolding light.For 2020 edition of imm cologneSicis presented its interior concept, new furniture collections but mainly 'atmospheres', where the intent is to create contexts that can take us out of the ordinary, that deviate from the every day to make us feel unique, in a world that perceives our desires, comfortable spaces and at the same time loads of emotions.
In particular, the brand focuses on a new evolution of decorative wall materials: from the mosaic tile to the large slab. The Vetrite collection was born from this idea in its various forms and suggestions.Glass, an intrinsic material in the DNA of SICIS,is now once again revolutionized whereby iconic fabrics are sandwiched with polymer film (rendering it resistant) between large format glass slabs.
Vetrite provides the freedom to think about cladding without any kind of constraints in style. A decorative art, evocative and precious able to provide custom design solutions by revealing unique textures and patterns and subtle color palettes.This product is both pure and strong and particularly versatile for all design styles. Suitable for an infinite range of applications such as furniture, counters, doors and lighting, providing unprecedented design solutions.
The structural elements are refined details, walls as lightings between magic and concreteness, simplicity and complexity. The light that shines through abstract textures, with kindness, without breaking into the architectural lines, making them an integral part instead.
But Vetrite also declines in the small format. Vetrite Tilelaminated glass tile uses a unique proprietary artisan technique in a myriad of standard tile sizes and custom patterns to capture the look of textiles, metallics, leather, luxury wallpaper, calacatta marble, and fresh modern interpretations of venetian glass and antique mirror, all with stain resistant glass surface.