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Amber, which represents a new premises concept, a space totally intended for well-being, has chosen Gruppo Romani as its partner to make every detail of its Modena headquarters unique and personalised. Amber’s concept, created by Filippo Bottura, Marco Farina, Benjamin Mascolo and Cecilia Montano, and developed by Wabisabi Studio, offers an all-round itinerary characterised by well-being, from fitness to cuisine, through the Amber Café, Amber Lounge and Amber Fitness spaces.

The trademark of the various areas is the opportunity given to clients to experience an innovative idea of sustainable and responsible cuisine combined with the desire to live in harmony with one’s body. Gruppo Romani has proved to be a strategic partner for finding solutions for the premises’ stylistic requirements, designing custom-made products specifically for this project. Starting from the hexagons used to cover Amber Café’s counter and to turn it into an iconic visual element. The hexagons, a distinguishing feature of the Cir Manifatture Ceramiche brand, have been personalised by the Cerasarda Custom division to portray shades for the yellow logo colour. Yellow is also the colour used for the ceramic wallpaper Chromagic Floral, an item used to cover bathroom walls, to create custom-made furnishings and to introduce a novel touch in the mise en place.

Chromagic is a Cir Manifatture Ceramiche brand project in porcelain stoneware, modern and well-matching, which meets the latest trends of interior design and abandons itself without hesitation to the originality of the decor designs, that have undergone third firing technique. The Atelier Cerasarda brand has especially created the designs for the mise en place, while the pedestal washbasins and the furnishings have been created by E.lements, a new line of furnishings of the Group, on sale in the new homonymous showroom which has been recently opened in the heart of Modena.

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