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Laminam unveils new collection: 'the world's thinnest surface'

At the 62nd edition of Salone del Mobile in Milan, Laminam presented twO, the new brand of ultra-thin, lightweight, and sustainable surfaces, which creates infinitely versatile and inspired ways of living.

Research and technology
With twO, Laminam is breaking down previous thickness barriers and raising the bar for quality in terms of technological innovation in the industry. Technical research and pioneering application has been used to create this level of innovation.

'This is technology by definition, exalting and expressing itself in a creative manner: the thinnest surfaces in the world are also the lightest, taking shape in the Gemini collection, and maintaining all the technical performance of Laminam's large slabs. Furthermore, a sense of ease and ductility that ranges from flexibility to ease of cutting, use on site, and ease of transportation,' the brand says.

'To what end is achieving a thickness of two millimetres if not to take care of the world, reduce our environmental impact, and establish a new harmony between humans and nature?' Laminam asks. 'Once again, we are putting sustainability at the core of our strategic development vision, translating it into revolutionary surfaces created with recycled and totally recyclable materials. A kind and conscious choice that finds acknowledgment in the various phases of the value chain, from material procurement and production, through to the transport to the end customer.'

The use and production of twO has a positive environmental impact in the entire value chain, where over 70% of contributions to the company's carbon footprint will be reduced thanks to a lighter and less voluminous product.

The remarkably slim thickness also allows for optimisation of the entire lifecycle of the product: the firing phase is faster and performed using electric kilns powered by the company's solar PV system, and transportation emissions are reduced thanks to the significantly lower overall weight.

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