COTTO presents fiume del paradiso at milan design week 2012
 
COTTO presents fiume del paradiso at milan design week 2012
may 25, 2012

COTTO presents fiume del paradiso at milan design week 2012

COTTO presents fiume del paradiso at milan design week 2012

 

 

 

during milan design week 2012, thai ceramic company COTTO presented ‘fiume de paradiso’ (river of paradise), an installation composed of ‘marmo granito’ showcasing their latest addition ‘paradiso’, a faux marble tile exhibiting a natural and realistic looking grain very similar to the natural stone itself. the overall space was meant to represent the spirit of the river, and express a respect for nature and sustainable living, specifically in relation to the thai lifestyle of the past and present. the ‘marmo granito-paradiso’ collection is created from a clay fused composite which forms masculine granite-like stone, which can be used indoors and outdoors, something which is important in thai culture.

COTTO presents fiume del paradiso at milan design week 2012 the clay fused composite has a finish which resembles the grain of real marble

 

 

over the years, COTTO has become more established as a world-class manufacturer of tiles and sanitary ware. their designs are the result of extensive research which has allowed them to better understand and respond to the behavior and cultures of global consumers, together with investment in pioneering production technology.

COTTO presents fiume del paradiso at milan design week 2012 view of the ‘marmo granito – paradiso’ tiles in use

COTTO presents fiume del paradiso at milan design week 2012 white finish

 

COTTO presents fiume del paradiso at milan design week 2012 black finish

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