Tremendous public success for the De Castelli company at the recent Cersaie. Many guests visited the stand to see the latest products exhibited: new surfaces made of exclusive materials and precious finishes, the result of the company’s experimentation. The audience at the Cersaie has welcomed the new products of the De Castelli company - based in Treviso and renowned globally for having transformed metal processing by combining craftsmanship, technology and design.Many guests appreciated the new ideas, differing in character and specificity. Yoko, designed by Leonardo Sonnoli, a shabby black metal surface system with copper or brass graphic inserts - a tribute to randomness as method to compose increasingly customised and original solutions; the DecoDe project, comprising sound-absorbing hexagon modules, combining aesthetic and function, developed by De Castelli in partnership with the architect Pino Scaglione, and Circle Wall, the spectacular wall made of overlapped round brass elements with different levels of oxidation, by De Castelli R&D. Inside, other surfaces developed in partnership with Paola Lenti – Tela, an oxidized copper metal fabric, and Glow, an iron and aluminium iridescent coating - and the door created in partnership with Linvisibile, coated with the special Marea watercolour finish. De Castelli chose to tell its story by exhibiting also some of its furnishing collections, to represent the brand know-how. To complete the exhibit, the Terraplus floor in raw earth by Matteo Brioni, who collaborated with De Castelli also for the Fuga project by Studio Irvine, exhibited in the Wall&Decò stand nearby.
Architect R&D De Castelli, Leonardo Sonnoli, Pino Scaglione, Paola Lenti, Matteo Brioni, Studio Irvine