The interaction between nature, innovation and design is the basis for the creation of our products. Our wall-coverings are made of a bio-based material, whose formulation has been developed within the company.
Raw materials are processed in cold water in a closed production cycle. In the water bath the linters are mixed with earth pigments, without the addition of chemical dyes and mordant, finally they take shape with a cold moulding process. At the end of the life of the product, we retire the wall-covering from the customer, and reuse the 100% of the material in our production process.
Each tile is treated individually to guarantee the required technical properties, such as resistance to fire and water, giving the material the sensory and aesthetic qualities of excellence present in all our products.
We offer 6 different shapes: quadrato, triangolo, trapezio, pentagono, rettangolo e quadrilatero irregolare. For every shape we propose 28 different colours, to design a limitless number of patterns.
Four of our basic shapes can be joined together to create a base unit: a square of 59 cm. The rotation, the displacement of the base unit and the different colors creates an unfinished number of different graphic effects.
It is possible to choose among some modules for the creation of predefined graphic patterns. The combination of the 28 colors offers configurations suitable for each taste and location. These are just a few examples of the infinite possibilities offered by milleforma COTONE.
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The cellulose composition of Milleforma products guarantees high sound absorption performance in the face of extremely reduced thicknesses. In particular, Milleforma products have an excellent sound-absorbing response in the fundamental frequencies of the human voice (200-500 Hz), making them ideal for restoring acoustic comfort in public places, offices, schools and residential complexes.
Density: 300 kg/m3 (6 kg/m2)
Fire reaction class: B-s1, d0, Classe 1 (EN 15102:2011)
Sound absorption coefficient: αw = 0,45 (EN ISO 354:2003, EN ISO 11654:1997)