Unusual surfaces, created for unique and exclusive pieces of furniture, this is what emerged from the Salone del Mobile 2018, where Riflessi presented its new creations.
Processing with precious epoxy resin
Included in our proposals are new artistic resin finishes, applied by hand as a feature of the “Essenzia” sideboard and table tops “Shangai”. For this finish we use quality epoxy resin, the best of the cold vulcanising thermosetting polymers.
The formula comprises two components that solidify when mixed, producing a bright, glassy layer. Its artistic potential and adaptability to different needs make resin ideal for interpreting contemporary lifestyles.
Steel doors and side panels with the faceted surface of a diamond
This technique uses a die to bend quality steel, which is light and pliable, into the diamond shape. Cubric doors and side panels are in steel with the new brass finish, crafted to look like the faceted face of a diamond. Interiors are in Canaletto walnut.
Gentle minimalism softened by outstanding finishes
Suppleness, pliancy and fusibility make possible irregular, sinuous shapes
The distinguishing feature of moulded mirrors is that irregular, sinuous shapes can be achieved by heating the glass at high temperatures so it can take on any form. This applies to our Antares mirror and the new Venere doors for the Picasso sideboard.
Decorative black and white
Mirrors Diamante, Pandora e Sirmione
Graphic shapes and inclined surfaces, go together in an audacious pattern