Authors: Formafantasma | Andrea Trimarchi & Simone Farresin
The entire collection – produced in a variety of sizes – includes six basic colours, with two types of surface finish (one natural, the other glossy); the slab production cycle combines different technologies to deliver a rich lexicon of shades and gradations on the large surface of a single ceramic panel: the small sizes in the collection, “offcuts” from the larger slabs, are combined – even at random – to create
compositions with a wide variety of colours, for design schemes featuring unique, original chromatic blends.
The colour range developed for Cromatica is the outcome of in-depth design work conducted by Formafantasma with the aid of materials from the CEDIT archives; amongst the initial inspirations which stimulated the two designers’ creativity in their search for a concept which could combine the brand’s past with its near future, pride of place must definitely go to the major “colour catalogue” work provided by the “41 Colors” collection of glazed tiles, designed for the company by Ettore Sottsass at the end of the last century.
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