New Cleaf surfaces presented at Sicam

New collection by Studio MILO and a new finishes inspired by Shou Sugi Ban Japanese technique

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New Cleaf surfaces presented at Sicam
22/10/2019 - At Sicam fair in Pordenone, the annual trade show for materials and components for furniture manufacturing, Cleaf has presented the Solid Colours collection and the new synchronized version of the Bruciato texture. Cleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina Sommariva

Cleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina Sommariva

The stand designed by Bestetti Associati highlight the features of the collection through two freestanding metal frame displays that suggest possible applications and two wall displays that point out the tactile and visual sensations of the three coordinated product types: faced panel, laminate and edge.
Cleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina Sommariva

Cleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina Sommariva

The Solid Colours collection developed in collaboration with Studio MILO consists of 90 colours in two families: Still and Sparkling. 90 decorative papers pigmented and impregnated with water-based thermosetting resins that can be combined with the 60 Cleaf textures, to create a collection of faced panels, laminates and ABS edges for furniture and interior design.

Shou Sugi Ban is the ancient Japanese technique of burning wood to preserve it over time. Besides being a conservative and eco-sustainable practice it gives an aesthetically pleasing 'burnt wood' effect. The Bruciato texture is the representation of this effect on an ash essence. The new synchronized version gives to the product the best realistic appearance. It’s available as faced panel, laminate and ABS edge.


Cleaf on ARCHIPRODUCTSNew Cleaf surfaces presented at Sicam

New Cleaf surfaces presented at Sicam

Cleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina Sommariva

Cleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina Sommariva

Cleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina SommarivaCleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina Sommariva

Cleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina SommarivaCleaf at Sicam_ph. Valentina Sommariva

New Cleaf surfaces presented at Sicam

New Cleaf surfaces presented at Sicam

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