At the 2018 edition of Arkeda, held in Naples last week, Saint-Gobain took part with its design partner Cristal Vetri, along with the recently-acquired company Logli Massimo, with an installation not only visual, but also as a unique sensorial journey and experience, exploiting glass and its best quality – transparency.
The theme ‘Tower of Knowledge’ was represented by a tower of glass, with steps taking visitors inside the construction – assembled with structural accessories from Logli Massimo Saint-Gobain.
During the event, Saint-Gobain presented the most modern design solutions made up of accessories and glass, starting right from the new shower system, with Sgg Timeless patented magnetronic-coated glass, made up of special anticorrosive metal oxides that are resistant to the combined action of limescale and soap, which, over time, oxidize the glass.
The solid brass hinges from Logli Massimo Saint-Gobain, are branded with the network logo of Design moreover, the TUV certification (the only hinges to have this certification), guarantee more than 20,000 opening/closings, and simulates 15 years of premature aging thanks to a 168-hour salt spray test for resistance to corrosion of fittings and chrome plating.
Since 2014, Design Partner Saint-Gobain have been part of the reference name for interior design. Present all over Italy, these glassworks – partners of Saint-Gobain Glass – stand out for their specialization in transforming and installing glass that creates a unique style in furnishings and interiors.
This sixth edition of Arkeda, organized by Progecta, saw an increase of 35% in visitors, with the presence of architects, engineers, designers, interior designers and stores coming not only from the region of Naples but also from all over Italy.