COEM – “Yes We do” @Cersaie22
Coem presented its new collection in the evocative setting of the new eco-friendly stand designed by Studio Alessandro Pasinelli. For years, Coem has been committed to developing sustainable ceramic surfaces with excellent technical and aesthetic performances. During this exhibition, the company was rewarded for having passed the 38 indicators to obtain the ISO 17889-1:2021 certification, an important recognition that aligns the company with the Sustainable Development Goals. But that’s not all. To be more transparent, it has decided to share its first Sustainability Report 2021.
Visitors at the stand were able to appreciate the latest innovations in the field of ceramic design.
The SASSIEPIETRE collection sees natural stone as the protagonist in new and unusual finishes, characterised by dynamic light effects. TOUCH STONE is the fascinating marble-effect collection inspired by Travertine. Elegant and luminous, Touch Stone has an exceptional finish with expressive veining and warm, bright shades, also made possible by the MatterOnTop technology.
The I BIANCHI collection’s strong aesthetics, defined by predominantly white backgrounds, are interrupted by the disruptive force of veining typical of marble. ENGLISH STONE is the new interpretation of English limestone, which becomes more modern, less rustic while maintaining all the light and elegance of the original stone.
The striking and irregular graphics of BALI offer a fresh take on a slate with a dense material-like effect, now also in the Light Green colour.
Presented in the Reception & Lounge area and designed by Alessandro Pasinelli, the WIDEgres280 range expands further to give interior designers and architects new design horizons with the unusual Onice Effect, Yosemite, and Sassiepietre. WIDEgres280 allows you to explore innovative solutions where continuity is the real star.