Located in Civita Castellana, 65 km north of Rome, Cielo designs and manufactures products using ceramics to revolutionise the bathroom experience.
Antonio Coramusi, CEO of Cielo started the company as a tribute to his roots. “Our company is what I call a real laboratory of ceramics,” he explains. “The production is characterised by a sartorial approach and a strong link with the values of craftsmanship. Through constant stylistic research and an innovative approach to the choice of materials and shapes, we place the quality of our product and design at the centre of our research.”
The company’s ethos and core values are informed by the desire to restore ‘the culture of hand-made’ products. Known in Italian as cultura delle mani, master craftsmen at Cielo create with care and professionalism, giving life to an ancient artistic tradition.
Each exclusive range of sanitary ware, wash basins, shower trays, baths and toilets highlight how Cielo have taken ceramics beyond the material’s known limits – resulting in unprecedented designs. When in a bathroom setting, these products are able to enhance its interior as a place of well being while exuding a modern and contemporary mood.
Reputed for coloured bathware, Cielo’s colour palette ‘Le Terre di Ceilo’ – defined as colours from the earth – consists of 16 imitable nuances. For this reason, collections by Cielo, including the recent additions of Modulo, Kyros, Siwa and Duo, are characterised by its ability to be personalised to suit project requirements.
Modulo is a modular bathroom furnishing system that allows for bespoke bathroom designs. Designed to optimise space without sacrificing style, it can be paired with the Narciso washbasin and cabinets or drawers of different colours and finishes.
Kyros, an oval washbasin, is designed and proposed in all colours of the Le Terre di Celio palette. With a depth of 18 cm, its clear geometric and minimal form makes it the ideal addition to any contemporary bathroom backdrop. It can also be complemented by a wooden towel rail, which strikes a balance between textures.
The perfect synthesis of a material that is not often associated with being light, the Siwa washbasin has been designed with a refined yet minimalistic style. Rectangular and deep, the washbasin is visually balanced with the sophisticated system of mirrors behind, echoing a colonial characteristic.
Duo washbasins are characterised by two contrasting colours that add a decorative and sculptural component to the bathroom. Designed to be generous in size and form, the washbasin enhances the harmony of form and expressiveness of ceramic. Two elliptical bands decorate the washbasins are available in six colour combinations, chosen from the Le Terre di Celio palette.
To see the rest of Cielo’s range and observe the brand’s craftsmanship up close and personal, sign up for Saturday Indesign, Melbourne 22 June.
In Australia, Cielo is available from Design Precinct.
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