Settecento

by Ceramica Flaminia

Settecento washbasin signed by Giulio Cappellini: inspired by the marble holy water fonts typically seen in churches of that period, and which reiterates the generous proportions of the basin and the external motif of regular grooves.


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Specifications

General

Product
Settecento
Designer
Giulio Cappellini
Manufacturer
Ceramica Flaminia

Product Type

Washbasins
Washbasins

Product Specs

Material
Ceramic
Shape
Rounded
Use
Residential
Installation
Countertop
Style
Contemporary
Features
Single

Product description

Settecento washbasin signed by Giulio Cappellini: inspired by the marble holy water fonts typically seen in churches of that period, and which reiterates the generous proportions of the basin and the external motif of regular grooves.


The thirties style, Italian Baroque and matt colours steal the show at Frankfurt from 11 to 15 March.

Lighting technology solutions complete the lifestyle signed by Flaminia.


Flaminia confirms its role as design ambassador for excellent Italian products at ISH 2019, the biennial international trade event of Frankfurt dedicated to bathroom design and HVAC technology, running from 11 to 15 March. In actual fact, in its recent past, Flaminia has contributed significantly to transforming the bathroom concept and making it a vital element in the art of good living.


Once again, Flaminia reveals the complexity of its product offering, thanks to an extraordinary design vocation and consolidated collaborations with acclaimed contemporary designers. The brand has come to represent a lifestyle which is immediately recognizable and appreciated worldwide, now being recounted at ISH 2019 with volumes whose geometrical component is particularly pronounced. The exhibition space designed by Giulio Cappellini, 15 year-long art director of the brand, invites visitors to explore the Flaminia world from various angles: through the large display windows or from inside, in a sequence of different atmospheres.


From the immense interiors typical of the 18th century aristocratic tradition to contemporary projects which provide a satisfying wellness experience even in the case of space restrictions, the bathroom theme characterizes the entire display and reveals the multiple interpretations of this concept. The minimalist austerity of white marble, now making a comeback as a ceramic material, clads the volumes in an all over effect and is alternated with refined interiors of a contemporary vintage spirit in pale green. Poised between iconic collections and new product releases, a fascinating and engaging story unfolds in this visual scan.


In an endless play of stylistic references and innovative solutions, Flaminia showcases the new Madre collection designed by Angeletti and Ruzza, whose forms reinterpret the pre-rationalist language of the thirties’ architectural movement, bringing it up to date with lines and proportions that are decidedly contemporary. Instead, it is the Baroque style which transpires from the Settecento washbasin signed by Giulio Cappellini: inspired by the marble holy water fonts typically seen in churches of that period, and which reiterates the generous proportions of the basin and the external motif of regular grooves.


With a strong propensity for design projects, Flaminia has chosen Pietraluce ® , a highly technological composite material, which feels and looks like ceramic, and can be used to produce large-sized objects, such as the three App bath tubs of simple flowing lines, presented in various glossy and matt finishes.


At Frankfurt, the company dedicates space to a multitude of products such as the recently launched NudaSlim washbasins and the NudaFlat console by Ludovica e Roberto Palomba showcased in their new colours. Also on display are the App, Pass, Nile, Bonola, Fontana, Saltodacqua, Miniwash, Waterdrop, Io 2.0 and Bloom collections, along with bestselling products such as Link, Spin and Monoroll which continue to be on-trend, also thanks to their colour palette, already used by Flaminia back in the sixties.

Contemporary living trends have prompted Flaminia to probe the sphere of matt colours borrowed from the automotive industry and fashion references for application on washbasins, WC and bidets. The bathroom reveals an unprecedented tactile dimension as well as a visual one, to offer an authentic sensorial experience. The new palette shows a preference for the three-dimensionality of colours such as Argilla, Rosso Rubens and Petrolio.


Petrolio is a deep, intense colour that is ideal for bathrooms, capable of taking the mind to exotic, far-off places. A versatile shade which teams up easily with other natural materials such as wood. Rosso Rubens is an elegant and passionate colour, which lends itself perfectly to both modern contexts and decors played out in a retro style. It gives the room a strong personality along with a refined and sensual atmosphere. Argilla is a neutral, warm and subtle shade of great versatility, which is perfect for refined decors. This shade coordinates well with numerous colours, from blue to white, to create stylistic combos of great elegance.

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