Orientalism, a movement that influenced the arts in the early 19th century in Europe, was also a reference to Nordic design, which became a synthesis of beauty, simplicity and functionality.
The Nordics express minimalism in both architecture and design, creating a language without excess, full of personality and perpetuity. Several furniture icons with Nordic design are as modern today as they were in the 50s. The Nord line revisits the essential route of minimalism from the East to Scandinavia, and brings a new concrete surface and new tiles with mini graphic prints. Concrete was interpreted in three colors, Ris, Cement and Kaffe, with a flow that simulates the effect of light on the surface and the result is pure elegance, for timeless environments that remain modern.