New material finishes for handles of contemporary design
Citterio Line is a company specialized in the production of handles and furniture accessories.
The great variety of models, the quality assurance, the professionalism and passion of a team motivated by common values have accompanied the company on a path of growth in which the company has always been known for the production of handles characterized by design, style and quality that are absolutely "Made in Italy".
For Citterio Line, the 2014 edition of Sicam Pordenone ended with very positive results.
Among the many innovations presented by the company, the new material finishes, presented on items of contemporary design, obtained great achievements.
Very similar to the effect of lava stone and cement, of strong visual impact, these new finishes convey warm atmospheres and remind of the great natural elements of imperfect, lively and massive forms. Raw materials that are like real natural oxidations processed by time, reworked in a modern way, with a texture of particular charm and applicable to all the Citterio Line items.
Great success also for the 397 B and 398 B articles, two handles offered in wheelbase mm.160, characterized by a very particular geometric design that gives the two handles character and charm. In the 397 B version the horizontal grains also help to create light effects with great visual impact.
Innovation and customization are the points of strength of the philosophy of Citterio Line; the excellent relationship of form, aesthetics and functionality has always characterized the Made in Italy production of the company.
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