November is a month full of fairs for Serralunga, giving it the opportunity to present its new collections of furniture and modular elements for outdoor spaces and terraces to the contract and Ho.Re.Ca sector.
After having explored the world of outdoor flower pots, Serralunga has increasingly moved towards the outdoor world in general, with a strong aptitude for Contract design and HoReCa, with innovative projects developed in close collaboration with international designers.
An important new development for the Ho.Re.Ca world is Clean Fighter, an innovative compound for quick and easy cleaning of Serralunga design furniture, vases and accessories.
Another new product is a special metallic finish coming from an innovative cold application metallisation process that allows coating the plastic surface with metal. This process gives the product all the characteristics of a piece of molten metal, such as structure, shine and thermal conductivity, but also incredible lightness due to the polyethylene structure. The treated product feels and acts like it was completely covered with hot molten metal because the finish is effectively metal. It is not a metallic paint but a metal composite.
Let’s get back to the appointments. First stop is Paris with EquipHotel (Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles) to be held from 6 to 10 November 2016. Serralunga will be located in Hall 3, stand C139.
Second stop is London with the Sleep_The Design Hotel Event (Business Design Centre), to be held on 22 and 23 November 2016. Serralunga will be located in Stand DG8.
At EquipHotel and Sleep, Serralunga will present some significant pieces: Kentia by LineeVerdi, the versatile self-supporting panel, the Pine Beach sofa and armchair by Christoph Pillet, which also furnished the beach of the Hotel Majestic Barriere during the Cannes Film Festival, the Bay armchair designed by Raffaella Mangiarotti, the Juju coffee table by Garth Roberts, light and manageable, but with a large top, the Solea chairs and table by Jacobone and Roj (Progetto CMR), a harmonious mix of metal tubes and a single-piece moulded polypropylene shell, the classic La Regista T17 chair by Michel Boucquillon which was perfected with a new retaining pin, as well as an extensive range of LouLou tables and coffee tables and Cup vases in archetypal forms designed by Naoto Fukasawa.
From Paris to London and then Canada for the last appointment in November: the IIdex Canada. Booth #5335.
Protagonists of these fairs will be the Eufronio, Green Pills, Kabin, Lluna and Flow design vases, and the Lady Jane, Miss Jane and Bonheur lamps and Barceloneta, Canisse and Meteor chairs.
Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles
6-10 November 2016
Hall 3, stand C139
Sleep_The Design Hotel Event
London, Business Design Centre
22-23 November 2016
Nov 30 – Dec 1, 2016