Merletto and Rondò by Enzo Berti for Kreoo

December 10th, 2015 by retail design blog

Enchanted, delicate and precious wall cladding seem to come from a lacemaker in Burano island and take inspiration from the Venetian art and architecture. As if it was refined lace, Merletto and Rondò radiate their beauty that is possible thanks to the high capacity of marble processing and the usage of avanguarda technologies. The results are “embroideries” on marble with perfect proportions, hatched by precious weaving that are able to create persuasive elegant moods that draw on the walls. And here Merletto, where roundish lines follow each other, where true bas-relief laces shine for details that give the sensation of true wire weaves. And then Rondò that evokes the recurrent decorative leitmotiv of the Venetian Serenissima Republique. Rondò and Merletto are available in many marble colors, from the white to dark ones.

Designed by Enzo Berti for Kreoo



























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