At this year’'s Salone del Mobile Milano, ABK Group showcased an extraordinary collection of materials from the latest ABK and Flaviker ranges. The two brands used the International Bathroom Exhibition, to be held from 17th to 22nd April 2018 at Fiera Milano, to show off the unlimited interior design potential of large-size ceramic panels and slabs.
Visitors to the ABK Group’'s stand saw the ABK and Flaviker brands’' new Worktops & Bath Design catalogues, which provide concrete examples of how the multifaceted aesthetics of Wide panels can be harnessed to create custom bathroom furnishings. Elegant suspended surfaces, minimalist washbasins and shower trays and coordinated or contrasting eye-catching baths can be combined with the chosen floor and wall coverings according to personal tastes to create a fascinating bathroom design. The original materials that inspired the range include marble, stone, concrete and metal, delivered in a kaleidoscope of colours and textures that express the originality of the Group’'s approach to product development.
The playful and decorative identity of the ABK brand was also evident in the Wide&Style collection, an exclusive assortment of patterns and graphic designs capable of transforming large porcelain panels into an authentic “ceramic wallpaper”. ABK unveiled Say it With Flower; a new capsule collection by Ilaria Innocenti that is both playful and contemporary range. Combining a passion for textures and hand-made designs, Say It With Flowers is a made-to-measure project in which ceramic panels can be customised with letters, words or messages using an exclusive co-ordinated alphabet.
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