FENABEL, CoraliseBased on innovation, new trends and naturalism, Portuguese and international designers Nuno Barbosa, Aitor Garcia Vicuña, David Carlesi, Gianluca Tonelli and Giacomo Cattani have developed new lines called Karma, Globe, Tao, Bombom, Soft, Bette and Elícia, that presented for the first time at this show.
Eclectic models with organic rules and elegant notes, light wood colours prevail, alluding to natural and earth. In fabrics, predominant colours are blue and lime, as well as cork, and woods selected are Beech and ash. Simple, chic and noble materials build up a variety of effects which define Fenabel’s whole space.
FENABEL, GlobeKarma, Elicia and Bombom Models are presented as innovations in shape and upholstery, and they propose a new version of comfort. With sustainability as a main reference, since Fenabel is an FSC certified company, the noblest of Fenabel’s materials will have great prominence in collections such as Tao, Bette, Soft and Globe, a more natural and minimalistic line.
Larger innovations being presented refer to the structure of the models, their shapes, functionality and versatility. In addition to the new collections, other Fenabel’s bestsellers are presented significant upgrades that change their whole look. Fenabel presents a total of 45 models.
FENABEL, KarmaPure Talents Contest 2016
The new model Coralise CB, presented at PURE TALENTS CONTEST in hall 4.2.during this edition of the IMM fair. Design, functionalism, novelty and comfort are the guidelines of this product. The coralise CB is presented in Beech, and upholstery made in a very portuguese cork in shades of blue. it features a removable backrest cushion, also in cork, which adapts to the physiognomy of each user of the chair.
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