Opus – the revolutionary collection of industrial design inlays, has been supplemented with a new sophisticated model – Piano, which comprises marble floors and wall coverings available in various colours and made using an innovative production technique devised to ensure considerable economies of scale and speedy deliveries.
The piano is available in sixteen colour palettes, a mixture of shades ranging from the softest to more POP hues, dedicated to highly innovative interior designs requiring original features and new furnishing expressions that combine natural materials with colours and geometric shapes. The Piano model is to be presented in Milan in April, on the occasion of the Salone Internazionale del Bagno (International Bathroom Exhibition).
As a preview, Lithos Design selected the Memphis palette to demonstrate a very particular usage, inside the room dedicated to grooming and pampering. Piano model, Memphis palette A POP taste for a bathroom that expresses a strong personality using original and ever sophisticated decorative choices. The marble floors and coverings are donning the Piano model, Memphis palette, which is expressed in a highly graphic and geometrical language and plays on the dual finish: polished for the floor and reeded for the wall. The natural and ever unique colours of marble make the overall aesthetic rendering particularly efficient and evocative.
Tangram, the extra touch in kitchen furnishings Lithos Design has further enhanced the value of Opus, the revolutionary collection of industrial design inlays: the company has explored the possibilities afforded by the Tangram model by introducing 16 new fine colour palettes for marble floors and wall coverings, made using an innovative production technique devised to ensure considerable economies of scale and speedy deliveries.
New and harmonious blends of colours are mixed with a highly geometric language in keeping with the latest trends to confirm a precious, unique and scenic vocation that characterises the entire Opus collection. These new models, which are set to be presented in April in Milan on the occasion of the Salone Internazionale del Bagno (International Bathroom Exhibition), include the Chantilly palette, which Lithos Design picked to demonstrate the use of Opus within the kitchen.
Tangram model, Chantilly palette. Soft despite its geometric shape, gentle yet scenic, the Tangram Chantilly model covers the floor and certain vertical details. Its fresh appeal distinguishes the entire kitchen in a wise balance between vintage mood and contemporary ambience. The sophisticated sobriety of the palette’s hues envelopes and enhances the elegance of the kitchen, creating a natural connection with the other rooms and a unique, everlasting atmosphere.