• enero 2019
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15 años de Cesar, Van Dyck y Hamilton

En 2019, tres objetos de diseño, que han viajado por todo el mundo convirtiéndose en auténticos iconos del habitar contemporáneo, cumplen quince años. La mesita Cesar, la mesa Van Dyck y el sofá Hamilton, creados en 2004 por Rodolfo Dordoni, siguen siendo protagonistas indiscutibles en proyectos internacionales de interiorismo.

Cesar es un objeto-escultura con una personalidad ecléctica y multifuncional, que puede ser utilizado como mesa, elemento decorativo o puf, dependiendo de cómo y dónde se coloque. Originalmente disponible en dos colores, se ha ido enriqueciendo en los años con nuevas variantes, hasta alcanzar hoy una variada paleta de colores de 17 tonalidades. Cesar, disponible en dos formas con acabado lacado brillante, ha sido fotografiado en diferentes contextos, tanto residenciales como corporativos.
En 2013, también se lanzó la versión para exterior, disponible en cuatro opciones cromáticas: Blanco, Sand, Celadón y Granito, todas con acabado lacado brillante.

La peculiaridad que hace de Van Dyck un objeto atemporal es su estructura de apoyo. Se trata de una base escultórica que combina sofisticados detalles estructurales con una serie de acabados de gran valor. Cada mesa se puede personalizar combinando diferentes materiales para los tableros (disponibles en versión redonda, cuadrada y rectangular en varios tamaños) con los de las bases.
En 2017, Van Dyck también se presentó en la versión para exterior llevando así su marca distintiva también en los espacios al aire libre.

Hamilton es un programa de asientos con diseño lineal, que garantiza flexibilidad y personalización en el diseño de interiores. Su llegada al mercado ha inaugurado la tendencia de sofás con versátiles combinaciones modulares y bases a ras del suelo. Y es precisamente este detalle el que lo hace inmediatamente reconocible: la base metálica en acabado Black-Nickel caracteriza la estructura ligeramente levantada del suelo al igual que un marco que recorre todo el perímetro del sistema.
La familia Hamilton comprende actualmente tres tipos de productos: Hamilton, Hamilton "Sofa" y Hamilton "Modulo", para un total de 53 elementos combinables. Dinamismo, versatilidad y flexibilidad son las tres palabras que mejor describen este producto y su predisposición natural a crecer y abrazar nuevas formas y usos, ya desde su primera concepción.

 

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