Plaster facings by Plasterego, the brand Made in Italy with roots in the crafts tradition
Plasterego, thanks to know-how acquired in over 60 years of history, and through research on the material and its appearance, contributes to refresh the image of plaster, no longer relegated to classic decors (moldings and ceilings), but deployed as an architectural feature in contemporary projects.
Facings are an important part of the company’s production: made to measure (installed and finished at the site) and in the catalogue (modules of different sizes and textures), for the creation of surfaces without seams. The application is ideal for luxury retail and contract projects, as well as domestic spaces.
The collaboration with the architect and designer Giorgio Zaetta has led to one of the company’s latest achievements: Exagon, a continuous modular plaster facing composed of the random repetition of staggered hexagonal parts, created for .pico, a research project on design, architecture and art invented by Zaetta with Galleria ZERO… and presented at the FuoriSalone in Milan in 2018.
Other continuous facings by Plasterego include Eden, with a more classical tone, and Shore, inspired by the ripples of the sea.