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Published by Sincromia on 5 April 2018

MCZ take part at PROGETTO FUOCO 2018 with a stand designed by the architect Genny Canton

Sincromia prints wallpapers inspired by Mies van derRohe works

Who is an architecture story lover, can't not recognized the inspiration of MCZ exhibition space fit out for Progetto Fuoco 2018, that took place in Veronafiera from February 21 to 25. The company with architect Genny Canton imagined a timeless space, inspired by Mies van der Rohe pavilion designed for the Barcelona International Exhibition, who took care of the artistic direction and the construction of the buildings for the German section in 1929. 

Sincromia take part of this project, realizing client's needs and architec Genny Canton's ideas, printing wallpapers inspired by marble slabs of the Barcelona pavillion to create partitions in the exhibition space, alternating with painted walls for the installation of fireplaces and stoves.

The result was an atmosphere of refinement which recalls the style of modern movement in architecture, with references to the present.

Sincromia propose in this kind of setups wallpaper print, a versatile material that is increasingly used in fairs and showrooms.

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All Souls of Fire 2018 

Sincromia prints, also, the news collection ALL SOULS OF FIRE 2018, at its third edition. A series of brochures to present MCZ collections. The project was developed with elements that are common to all printed materials, to maintain harmony, even though using a different format for each one. 

Same paper for all the covers, embellished with hot foil to recreate the stylized effect of the fire, binding with a metal point and finally gluing and collection in a single compendium to create a truly elegant and functional package that met the satisfaction of our customer and his audience.

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