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Enzo Berti | Filigrana, a refined collection of new decorations for Kreoo bath

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Three new decorative finishes and fittings with strong expressive value enrich (as an option) all the models of Nabhi collection, the system for bathroom extremely flexible for shape, size, materials and finishing.

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Applicable on the external side of bowls and washbasins, the collection of finishing called Filigrana is a universe of tactile sensations and play of lights, a sensory-aesthetic seduction that is expressed into 3 decors:

Filigrana 1: elegant sticks scattered apparently random like in game of Shanghai. It is a decoration mentioned in an elegant way, an aesthetic render that celebrates the aesthetic properties of marble.

Filigrana 2: a detailed engraving inspired by gold filigree, precious and slightly raised. This finishing gives movement and unexpected softness to bowls and create extremely sweet and feminine atmospheres.

Filigrana 3: a delicate classic sign that recalls the ornament of acanthus leaves typical of decoration and Corinthian capitals of Ancient Greece.

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The three new workmanships are in the catalog and can be added in any model and in any kind of marble. Filigrana underlines once more the inclination to customization of Nabhi, following personal tastes and exigencies of a private client or a contract commission.

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Designer: Enzo Berti
Project: Collection Filigrana
Company: Kreoo
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