UPDATE ON KREOO: ‘halfway between minimalism and sculpture’

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Today we are revisiting an old D favorite – the bath, living, and garden furniture company Kreoo. For those not in the know, Kreoo is the three year old offshoot of the Italian marble company Decormarmi, and its line of sinks, tiles, shelving, tables and seating are the vision of talented Venice based designer, Enzo Berti. DPAGES covered the initial line and interviewed Berti back in 2011, but since then the collection has grown and it is definitely worthy of a share. Below are a few new favorites. Enjoy!


Wood Box – a line of modular wood based and marble topped furniture.


Loto – a thoroughly contemporary sink based on the legged sinks of decades past.


The sink is available in four marble options and the wood ‘easel’, made of larch wood, is available in four different finishes.

Designed in 360°, Loto is fit for center of the room installation (i.e. no need to hide the back).


Mixing and matching – the marble sink portion of Loto, shown resting on the Wood Box base.


Shiro – modular larch wood and marble shelving.


Rondo’ – bas-relief marble cladding


Hana – wall and floor covering, inspired by old wood parquet. Available in a variety of marbles. Love the delicate chevron pattern!


Cashmere – the newest sink in Kreoo’s collection.


Pavè Drink – smooth marble stones topped with larch wood table tops. This would make for some incredible garden furniture/sculpture.


Pavè Log – smooth marble bases support larch wood beams to form sculptural benches.



To view more of Kreoo’s uniquely beautiful line of furnishings and get to know the designer behind it all, I invite you to click through to DPAGES’ Initial coverage on Enzo Berti and his debut line for Kreoo.

Photos via kreoo.com.


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