Tradition and innovation are the aspects that define the new 2017 line of aesthetic coverings, in which Silvelox combines the values of traditional made in Italy wood and Japanese aesthetics. Thus, enhancing styles and trends in contemporary architecture starting from the noble material, wood presented in researched and innovative finishings.
It is a research study inspired by Japanese culture, which considers aesthetics to be an integral part of tradition and everyday life, and which seeks to find harmony in all its aspects. This vision of the Japanese world regards the beauty of simplicity as designed in harmony with nature and its essential elements.
Customized solutions and cured in every detail as high carpentry products, characterized by the perfect blend of design, security and technology.
SUGI is born from the use of aged wood available in smooth or milled panels, suitable for adding character to garage doors, entrance doors, and facades cladding, with a strong customization whereby fire does not damage but preserves, conferring a sophisticated finish that uses the surface charring of wood as an ancient technique for its conservation.
WABI SABI uses aged wood, embellishing with studded features. In keeping with the Japanese philosophy, the emphasis here is on the natural simplicity of wood by matching it with the elegant rustic maturity that is acquired over time.
YUGEN is an aesthetic line which starts out from a wooden base and is painted with a metallic-effect paint. An aesthetic model that takes up the Buddhist concept of kan, or the ability to see something universal and unchanging (in this case, wood) in whatever you are observing (in this case, metal paint).
IKI is sometimes translated as “chic” or “stylish” without being pretentious. At the same time, though, the concept implies something very sensual. For Silvelox, it is a textile effect on a wooden base, suitable for aesthetic design solutions and applied to security doors.
MIYABI is a refined 3D-effect aesthetic solution which rejects rusticity and imperfection, and creates a refined and elegant effect.
SHIBUSA refers to the highest form of beauty; it combines the contrasting features of “roughness” with “sophistication”, expressed in a wooden aesthetic proposal with a concrete effect.