The Lineò collection, produced by the Friulian company, is characterised by the combination of warm and delicate colours, finishes and different materials.
Handicraftsmanship of precious materials, simplicity, measure and maniacal attention to detail are the peculiarities of the collection Lineò, produced by the company Friulana Arblu.
Founded in 1996 by Pier Giorgio Presotto, who has been joined over the years by his sons Giuseppe, Diada and Giovanni, today the company offers an increasingly wide and sophisticated range of products for bathroom furniture, as well as coatings, shower enclosures and decorative radiators, responding to all contemporary needs. For over 20 years, Arblu has been dealing with the changing dynamics of living and designs, produces and markets innovative solutions for the bathroom.
Lineò composes suspended elements with others that rest on the ground, mirrors, shelves and accessories. Arblu combines the warm and delicate shades of oak with different finishes - evaporated, natural, moka and light grey - with glossy and matt lacquers of various colours.
Its veins appear continuous, as if they were of a single piece, thanks to the "folding" process that does not show the edges of the panels. "The evaporated oak comes from a natural process that uses water vapour to obtain a particularly warm and uniform colouring of the wood, with the raised veins that make it even more pleasing to the eye and the touch," says the company.
The tops are available with Pietrablu texture, a system of decorative surfaces available in different colors, and Tecnoblu, a solid, durable, renewable, non-porous material composed of mineral fillers and resins.
The vertical mirror of the Forma collection is equipped with open elements on the back and a magnetic spotlight that can be positioned at will. Composed of irregular mirrors of different sizes, Forma has a minimum size of 54 cm up to a maximum of 110 cm.