The philosophy of flowing according Sicis

A tribute to movement, a meeting of shapes and volumes that completes a philosophical thought in a timeless furniture line, with a strong artistic impact. The Fluxus collection, the result of a consolidated professional relationship between Sicis and architect Massimiliano Raggi, consists in a geometric game of showing the preciousness of mosaic, emphasized by  Italian creativity and artisan work.

Soft and embracing lines for the four pieces that are composing the collection – table, console, mirror and chandelier – mixed with fine details and prestigious materials, like Port Saint Laurent marble, which are flanked by metallic colors and the shine of bronze, together with the warm colors of gold and platinum of the mosaic parts of the furnishings complements.

The command of the millenary mosaic art is part of every collection item, giving a 3D effect and extraordinary lighting effects that glorifies all details and the accuracy that distinguish them.  Each mosaic is created entirely in the atelier in Ravenna, where the creative idea of a new product gives consequently birth to a work- and technological process that are simply unique.

The manufacturing techniques are always the ones patented by Sicis to roll out the mosaic that makes the surface seem like soft cloth. This is the result of a design capacity which cannot be seen apart from the technical and manufacturing aspects, starting point for a product that is 100% Made in Italy .

For a sophisticated public that loves “every days art”.


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