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Pomos Monza: la fuerza del blanco y el negro / Monza knobs: the strength of black and white

September 16, 2015

Pomos blancos y negros Monza de Viefe. Black and white knobs of Viefe. Pomos blancos y negros Monza de Viefe. Black and white knobs of Viefe. Pomos blancos y negros Monza de Viefe. Black and white knobs of Viefe.

[es] La fuerza de los pomos Monza reside en la simplicidad de sus formas, en la uniformidad de sus dos colores (blanco o negro) y en la suave curvatura de sus ángulos. Se trata de pomos de tamaño considerable, 70 x 70 mm y un grosor de 29 mm, elaborados en acrílico con acabado mate que se adapta fácilmente a todo tipo de ambientes y estilos decorativos. Por su forma y contundencia, encajan especialmente en armarios y cajones de baños y habitaciones juveniles donde se convierten en prácticos “botones” capaces de transformar un mueble neutro en un interesante elemento decorativo.

Pertenecen a la línea acrílico. Mod. 0099
Un diseño de Viefe® Team.

[en] The strength of the Monza knobs lies in the simplicity of its shape, the uniformity of its colours and in the smooth curves of its angles. These are knobs of considerable size, 70 x 70mm with a thickness of 29mm, manufactured in acrylic with a matt finish that can easily adapt to all types of surroundings and decorative styles. Due to its shape and size, it fits especially well on bathroom cupboards and drawers, as well as in children’s bedrooms where they change into practical “buttons” capable of transforming a piece of neutral furniture into a more interesting decorative element.

It belongs to the acrylic line. Mod. 0099
Designed by the Viefe® Team.

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