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Concreto and Milk 02.07.2019

Concreto, design Luca Nichetto

Ethimo and Luca Nichetto bring alive a collection that lends a modern twist to bistro tables, creating sturdy, versatile accessories with pure, refined aesthetics.

Solid, defined, Concreto.

A name that expresses the minimal shape and ‘substance’ of this new line of tables designed to furnish contract and contemporary hotel settings for guaranteed comfort, functionality and quality.

Concreto tables, with their solid cement base, have an aluminium structure and tops in either teak or a black ceramic finish, available in both round (60Ø cm and 70Ø cm) or square versions (60×60 cm and 70×70 cm). The tables also come in two different heights (74 cm and 105 cm), with tops for the taller version (perfect with the stools) available either round (60Ø cm or 70Ø cm) or square (60×60 cm or 70×70 cm).

The Concreto collection reflects the distinguishing features of ‘tailored’ design, its available variants ensuring it meets very diverse and often complex furnishing needs in the hospitality sector and meaning it can ‘accompany’ seating in different styles and sizes.

Concreto tables offer across-the-board go-to solutions that are an ideal easy fit in a wide range of outdoor settings that include residential.

Milk, design Emmanuel Gallina

Ethimo and Emmanuel Gallina light up open-air settings with a new lamp inspired by the world of pop art.

Contemporary outdoor living welcomes a new player, the Milk lamp, an ‘object’ that stands out thanks to its ironic, curious shape, bringing life to spaces outside with pleasing lighting effects.

Milk, whose name and design bring to mind the traditional milk bottle, is a lantern with a ‘nomad’ spirit perfect for surfaces or hanging, as required by its setting.

Noble materials such as sandblasted glass, teak and leather combine to create a delicate new light ‘container’ powered by wireless hybrid solar energy.

The expressive capacity of Milk shines forth in its shape and the warm gentle light it provides, reflecting the typical decontextualisation that is the basis of pop art.

Milk is a multi-sensory ‘lighting detail’, perfect as decoration for terraces and gardens by day and as illumination for a chilled, laidback mood on summer evenings spent outside.

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