SICIS to Take Visitors Through Past, Present, Future at Cersaie 2022
Now in its 21st year of participation, SICIS is set to present a concept that sees its past, present and future linked together during Cersaie 2022. This interconnection among history, the present and what will come has always fascinated SICIS, making it one of its cornerstones. In fact, everything was born from the recovery of an ancient technique, that of mosaic production and processing, which has evolved over the years and continues to grow, becoming a modern, efficient and versatile coating solution.
Through display panels and screens on which inspirational images and technical tutorials pass by, SICIS retraces its history from its most iconic collections in marble and glass up to the most recent, with unusual shapes such as the lozenge of Crystal and the rhombus of Diamond, and up the latest unseen collections of Trigono and Ragtime.
Trigono, as the name suggests, presents triangular-shaped tesserae that can be combined together by alternating position and color to create different creative possibilities. Ragtime draws inspiration from the homonymous Afro-American musical genre, born in the United States at the end of the 19th century and made up of syncopated and complex rhythms. Just as the scores intersperse short and long notes in repeated succession, so are the designs of the tiles that alternate thin and thicker lines, in a combination of vertical and horizontal.
Visitors will then pass through panels with pixel, artistic and backlit mosaic to arrive at the area dedicated to Vetrite, the large decorative glass slabs patented by SICIS. In addition to the Gem Glass and Sight collection that, Onigem will be presented in its entire range of available colors.
The 14 patterns are inspired by the nuances and veins of the calcareous onyx, offering shades that are sometimes delicate and sometimes intense. Every color is proposed in three to four different slabs to illustrate the endless possibilities of creating articulated looks without necessarily resorting to a bookmatch application.
For more information, visit Sicis’ website.