After its first participation at the Salone del Mobile.Milano in April, Cleaf makes another debut at HD Expo Las Vegas, the fair on design for the hospitality sector. The company produces innovative surfaces and solutions for the furnishing and interior design sectors.
Las Vegas is the perfect place to present the new Geta finish, featuring the use of Paulownia wood. The name comes from the traditional Japanese sandals with wooden soles raised on two blocks, held on the foot by a string that divides the big toe from the other toes. Geta comes as faced board, laminated and with ABS borders. The three product types are highlighted in the booth designed by Bestetti Associati, through installations that emphasize their versatility and variety: vertical planes, horizontal planes or curves.
During the Salone in Milan, Cleaf launched C-House, a research project on surfaces and their applications developed through the design of the stand inside S.Project, the set-up of CCube (created by Studio Milo) and the corporate showroom in Lissone.