The project designed for Giacobazzi pays homage to the Italian neomoresco style. Pure forms of geometry become elements of decoration and composition.
The Arrocco collection proposes a geometric language of strong cultural imprinting, which defines spaces without the use of architectural elements, but by means of a new aesthetic vision that is expressed through textures and frames, permitting the redefinition of a new spatiality of environments.
The new collection is characterized by a pattern that can be repeated horizontally and vertically, thus allowing the modules to continually create new combinations. Available in 4 different modules, Treccia, Pettine, Mosaico, Greca each of which measures 54 x 54 cm, a size designed for contemporary living, suitable for large spaces but also for simple corridors.
Edgings and angles have been designed to define spaces as dematerialized carpetThe use and combination of precious materials, such as American walnut and wengè denotes the desire to emphasize a continuous link with the past, made of nuances and elegant textures that gracefully enhance the geometries of the plots, creating unique and diversified combinations.
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