With a 160-square metre stand at the Rimini trade fair on the occasion of Superfaces, overlooking the exhibition Supermaterials curated by Studio Marco Piva, Skema, a Treviso-based company active in the field of engineered flooring, intends to reconstruct a multi-sensory journey through surfaces that evolve and can be transformed into furnishing solutions for hotels, restaurants, bars and all public places dedicated to hospitality.
The proposals for the hôtellerie
Inside the exhibition space you can see, set in typical hôtellerie contexts, the Skema novelties, such as Star.Wood, the first SPC/wood hybrid floor, the renewed Lumbertech, the strategic products for those looking for solutions and design, such as SPC Star.K ideal for the bathroom environment, or the outdoor decking in WPC Marina Pacto.
Central to the offer are the proposals for the acoustic treatment of rooms, rigid panels and textile devices, which can be combined and integrated with each other: Akustika coverings, Trametes acoustic balancers or Skinì, an iconic partition, flexible and adaptable to the most diverse situations, equipped with a sound-absorbing surface. An acoustic corridor connects the world of performance surfaces to the meeting room, acoustically calibrated to correct the reverberation of speech that large glass surfaces would tend to amplify.
The stand will trace the company's technological and design development. Starting with two-dimensional performance surfaces, presented in corner-concept layouts that allow the product to be told in all its facets, we come to the innovative furnishing solutions Skemaidea, designed by Franco Driusso, that conquer three-dimensional space with an adaptive approach, and to Lumbertech Modular, where floor and furniture come together.
A systemic project
Lumbertech Modular is the brand new systemic project that transforms the Lumbertech floor plank into a vertical or horizontal element to build furnishing elements such as bookcases, equipped walls with concealed wiring, bathrooms, open wardrobes or entire hotel rooms. All exploiting a surface enhanced in resistance to knocks and scratches, deeply brushed, opaque, with low environmental impact because it is made with 1/8 of wood material compared to a traditional pre-finished one. This innovation in terms of environmental sustainability is part of a path that includes certified production practices, ecological dry laying, recycling of materials and protection of natural resources.