Colors, Textures and Materials. Fiora at Cersaie

The new solid surface collections and the Spring project by Simone Polga

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Colors, Textures and Materials. Fiora at Cersaie
24/09/2019 - On the occasion of Cersaie 2019, the Spanish brand Fiora presents important innovations for the bathroom environment, including the new solid surface countertops and basins and the new Spring texture, created by the Italian designer Simone Polga. New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New materials for countertops and washbasins
Fiora now includes in its range single-material countertops and washbasins, both solid surface and in an assortment of natural stones of different origins and shades. The brand thus multiplies each design’s possibilities for customisation and introduces both advanced and natural materials. This new development responds to trends in bathroom furniture, where polyurethane and its capacity to reproduce textures are combined with new finishes, with materials increasing their importance within the design.
New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

A collection of five fashionable natural stones
The design team at Fiora have chosen a range of marbles from different parts of the planet with long traditions in the natural stone sector (Italy, Spain, Iran) to reflect the contemporary elegance of the Fiora style. Marquina Black, Ivory Cream, Emperor Brown, Carrara and Grey Stone make up the natural stone range available for countertops for bathroom or kitchen furniture.
New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

Spring Texture by Simone Polga
Fiora highlights its work in polyurethane through its collaboration with Simone Polga. The Italian designer has created a new texture for inclusion in the bathroom collection. Spring was made from the visual similarity between the texture of a leaf seen under a microscope and the dry terrain found in arid climates. This has enabled the designer to create a texture that is an aesthetic and conceptual element of the bathroom that also works to arouse sensitivity to the need to respect water as an essential resource for humanity. “The project came from the analysis of two natural phenomena: chlorophyll photosynthesis, an essential process for life, and drought, an event that represents a rupture of natural equilibrium” explained the designer.

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New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

New Horizons, Fiora

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