Eclectic, versatile, functional: Lapitec’s full body sintered stone will be vaunting all its potential at KBIS from 19th to 21st February 2019, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The stand will celebrate the material’s ability to ‘bend’ to the creative whims and technical needs of architects and interior designers alike.
“The fundamental concept behind the display is to recreate the impression of a large public space. A square, featuring large structural elements and furnishings made from Lapitec slabs in various formats, creates a ‘landscape’ that invites the visitors to lose themselves, touching and exploring the different materials and finishes. It’s a very eclectic material and this is why we wanted to show different situations that express Lapitec’s versatility and its wide variety of applications in both architecture and design”, comments Devvy Comacchio, the architect who designed the stand.
A go-to material for the kitchen sector, Lapitec will also feature three different kitchen producers’ stands. The first is a Giza kitchen by Maistri, ‘dressed’ entirely in Bianco Assouluto, Lux-finish, from the worktops to the wall and floor coverings. For the Italian-American company Interni Cucine, Lapitec will be using Velvet-finish, in the Berlin shade, for the worktop surfaces. Finally, Grigio Cemento, in a satin finish, will be the material of choice for an outdoor kitchen display. The company’s stand will also be showcasing Orion, a built-in sink designed in-house, which will be presented in three different colours options (Bianco Assoluto, Bianco Polare and Grigio Cemento), again co-ordinated with Gessi taps.
More at: www.lapitec.com
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