FANTONI GROUP : Cinque Terre Colours and Natural – Decors and finishes

Fantoni, a world leader in the production of MDF and chipboard panels, and Lacon (a company within the group specialising in the impregnation of melamine papers, finishing and production of laminates for interiors) in collaboration with Studio Rossi & Co has launched the Cinque Terre project, created to design ‘total look’ solutions with surfaces that are uniform, continuous, and coordinated in terms of materials and appearance.

The collection is designed for the furniture industry, offering a selection of decors and finishes with cutting-edge colours, textures, and tactile effects to meet the expectations of its end customers. Cinque Terre relies on the production capacity of Lacon, which can satisfy any size requirements, creating innovative solutions that keep waste to a minimum while upholding production needs and aesthetic standards.

The coverings are varied and versatile, and allow for endless combinations of decors and finishes, enabling architects and interior designers to give shape to unique spaces that draw inspiration from the charm and immense beauty of nature. Hence the choice of the name ‘Cinque Terre’, a tribute to the spell-binding landscapes of the Italian Riviera.

Cinque Terre Colours goes from cool sea tones to warm earth tones, in a range of shades of Oltremare, Selva, Ambra, Caramello and Scarlatto; Cinque Terre Natural, on the other hand, evokes resolute stone hues and impalpable sandy tones, with the colours Mocha and Dune.

Completing the Cinque Terre project is the expressive freedom offered by Mix and Match, where original combinations point to future trends in the furniture world.

The concept was developed in collaboration with Studio Rossi & Co of Thiene (Vicenza, Italy), and proposes an original collection of decors specifically created to offer refined combinations of materials and colours that restore a sense of balance in the design of interiors.

Why ‘Cinque Terre’?
Cinque Terre is a string of centuries-old seaside villages on the rugged Italian Riviera coastline. In each of the 5 towns, colourful houses, and vineyards cling to the steep terraces.
The name is a tribute to the wonderful landscapes of the Ligurian Riviera. The Cinque Terre project was born with the intention of strengthening the link between nature and colour, in a process of evolution of the surfaces that feeds their mutual dialogue.