Minacciolo at Cersaie presents new unrevealed finishes and worktops
Minacciolo attended again at Cersaie fair, the international exhibition of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings from 24th to 28th September. Minà & Natural Skin collections was exposed at the event The Sound of Design, collective exhibition entirely dedicated to the Italian Style excellence developed by Arch. Angelo Dall’Aglio and Arch. Davide Vercelli. This year event iwas inspired by the music showing how music and design can overcome the time. The Sound of Design exhibition was divided into sets, each one differently fitted: the intention didn’t want to be nostalgic but it was a pretext to show the ductility and the timeless of the design of new products displayed in the sets.
Inside its set, developed by Arch. Nicola Stangherlin, Minacciolo presented a Natural Skin kitchen in a new unrevealed copper ‘skin’. This collection, emblematic of sophisticated elegance and revolution of space, enhances once again its range of precious metal finishes. HDF fronts, in addition to the well-known coverings in wood and Fenix, can now be covered with refined metal finishes as copper, vintage steel, brass and burnished metal. These special materials display one more time the craftsmanship that distinguish the history of the brand, emphasizing the fact that this collection is increasingly customizable presenting a unique aesthetic. The kitchen exhibition was then enhanced by Mammut, the famous hood that in these years has become a real design icon. You also could find a Minà island kitchen in white version, as protagonist of the exhibition’s bar area.
Both Minacciolo kitchens were equipped with new majolica lava stone worktops entirely hand made by Made a Mano of Rosario Parrinello, kitchen worktops and coverings leading Sicilian company. The exaltation of metal and lava stone previous nature is elegantly placed in opposition Minà & Natural Skin modern collections; a pure and cozy outcome where tradition and modernity coexist in harmony, also showing the continuous research on new unprecedent materials.