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  • Make the difference

    Zoom New Introductions 2014-2016

  • Trend #2 Slim & Sleek

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  • The need for space-saving is prominent due to changes in room size, living dynamics and the belief that less is more.

    Thanks to technological solutions the needs for storage, such as music and books, has declined. This has lead to the trend in sleek and slim furniture design, which has created a challenge for manufacturers as they must interpret these trends and adapt to meet these expectations.

    Clockwise from right:Renovated apartment in Raval, Barcelona by Eva Cotman (www.evacotman.com); Carbon fibre Surface Table by Terence Woodgate and John Barnard for Established & Sons; wrap your life around your wrist the Sony SmartWatch 3.

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    Photography Peter Guenzel

  • Transparency, variation, and optically thinnerproducts are now possible with EGGER. Fromluxury kitchens and living rooms to sleek doorsand cabinets, here are some suggestionsto consider for your latest projects.

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    F311 ST87Anthracite Ceramic

    Decor shown: H3420 ST36, Thermo Pine,in a deeply brushed textureis used for the laminate tableand wall panelling in melamine faced chipboard.

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    Slim & Sleek

    Decor shown: H3420 ST36, Thermo Pine

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  • Optically thinner design

    Slim and sleek looks dont have to require new materials.By simply cutting in a certain way, you can create theimpression of a thinner board. Look at this example,H3420 ST36 Thermo Pine has been cut at a 45-degree angle to give the impression that it is very thin, while retaining all strength properties required for the application.

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    Decor shown: H3420 ST36, Thermo Pine

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    Left to right:Five-piece door with decor H3303 ST10, Natural Arlington Oak;Trio door with decor H1796 ST27, Natural Tortona.

    Biscuit joints18 mm rails The grain on the top and bottom of the frame runs horizontally

    8 mm centre panel Matching EGGER edging

    Five-piece door

    The five-piece door is a classic design which can be produced with little manufacturing know-how. This idea gives the opportunity to create doors that look and feel like real timber and at a price point that is very competitive against foils, real timber or veneer.

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    Trio door

    The trio door offers an even sleeker look. This new idea can be implemented with existing materials which can create new possibilities for design, giving you the opportunity to up-sell and increase margins. Within a kitchen or bedroom, making the door from the same material as the cabinet will also provide a co-ordinated look, adding to the value.

    The grain on the centre runs horizontally

    Matching EGGER edging

    Biscuit jointsThe grain on the outer- frame runs vertically

  • New uses for familiar materials

    Materials that are used in alternative application areascan inspire slim and sleek design. Take Compact Laminatefor instance, a popular product for bathrooms due to itsmoisture resistant properties, incredibly strong and slim.

    In this instance, 10 mm thick EGGER Compact Laminate,W1000 Premium White is used in a matt texture (ST9) toframe the storage units in an office. It gives a sleek look towhat would otherwise be a bulky storage item. The design ofthe doors using H3344, Highline Oak continues the sleek,linear look.

    Decors shown:H3344 ST36, Highline Oak, in combination with W1000 ST9, Premium White.

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    Arvind KatyalB-5, Gulmohar Park110049 New DehliIndiaT +91 1132 600929F +91 11 46050305india@egger.com

    Fritz Egger AG1-9-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo-to104-0061 JapanT +81 3 6228 6470F +81 3 6228 6471Mobile: +81 90 8777 7719japan@egger.com

    EGGER Australasia PTY LimitedP.O. Box 697Carlton South, VictoriaAustralia, 3053M +61 448 200 013australia@egger.com

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