The next Milan Design Week will see the christening of CRISTINA’s showroom: corporate space, cozy atmosphere and design laboratory overlooking the historic Via Pontaccio.
In the very heart of Brera district, four brand new windows, behind which a large space has been designed to showcase products and also accommodate customers. CRISTINA rubinetterie debuts in Milan and does it with style with a showroom strongly backed by its president Alberto Cristina and strategically placed in the art & design district. The location fully reflects the company’s DNA, a leading brand in water fittings made in Italy: a brand that has its roots in tradition and at the same time continues to invest on technological evolution and aesthetics for its range of products. CRISTINA’s products will be the absolute stars of the 250 square meters space overlooking Via Pontaccio: solutions for modern bathrooms, unmistakable shower heads, spectacular column-showers and stainless steel taps designed for the kitchen range will be showcased, among other products. A limited and always up-to-date selection of products, displayed on stoneware embossed walls, surrounded by a neutral colours and natural woods atmosphere. At the very heart of the showroom, as in a modern theatrical stage setting, oak and backlit laths alternate to create a room within a room, dominated by a spectacular marble table ready to welcome guests.
The showroom, designed by architect Naomi Hasuike of Naomi Hasuike & Co, continues in the basement: here the minimalism of the displaying area transforms itself into a dynamic and operational environment, a laboratory designed to accommodate architects and designers to develop tailored solutions for customers and provide assistance to clients. Natural colours, wood, stoneware and large tables create a link to the upper floor atmosphere while products will be displayed based on different ranges, from contemporary to classic. Movable furnishing elements allow additional flexibility to this area creating the perfect room for workshops and presentations.