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Sensi of Casa dolce casa designed by Matteo Thun
“Sensi of Casa dolce casa” designed by Matteo Thun surprises visually and tactilely with attractive neutral shades that shape fluid spaces. Surfaces and interplays of light define a decorative concept inspired by non-colour and the graininess of earth.
Large ceramic surfaces that tell an ancient story made up of earth blended together and light mineral elements forged over time. This is what inspired the “Sensi of Casa dolce casa” collection designed by Matteo Thun for Florim Ceramiche, which takes the form of large tiles designed to be touched with your eyes and caressed with your fingers. The collaboration between Florim and the Matteo Thun & Partners architecture and design firm, two internationally renowned Italian companies, has produced a project that unites the harmony of nature with the power of innovation to furnish living spaces that communicate a sense of comfort and balance. Perfect synthesis of innovation and sustainability, "Sensi" was developed with close attention to environmental and energy impact, making it a virtuous example of circular economy. The collection is made of natural raw materials and with the 60% of recycled materials. "Sensi" is the result of up to 100% sustainable production process, both in terms of water consumption and self-generated electricity.