Creating unusual shapes by fully exploiting exclusive materials in order to keep offering new projects: this is the same goal that Milldue set for itself more than 40 years ago when it entered the bathroom furnishing industry. It was 1976 when Mario Brescacin founded the company, which at the time manufactured furniture and, that same year, it had a successful debut at SAIE.
Since then, the world of bathrooms, and the actual concept and perception of that space has been completely revolutionised; Milldue had immediately foreseen this change of vision, remaining true to its initial concept, according to which the bathroom environment is not just any other utility area, but rather “the” special place where we take care of ourselves.
A prime example of this is Collezione36 presented at the SAIE, which, ahead of its time, introduced the first modular and sectional solutions; it was then followed by the revolutionary Papillon collection in 1978 and by Clio in 1981, which quickly became synonymous with Milldue. And, speaking of successful products, we must not forget the Symi model, a true evergreen product of the 1990s that is still produced to this day. It is therefore with an eye to the future that Milldue gradually expanded its vision of bathroom living, also specialising in the design and manufacture of washbasins, bathtubs and shower trays: made with cutting-edge materials, they are now an integral part of the furnishing elements.
The fact that Giorgio and Stefano Brescacin, the second generation of the family, joined the corporate team gave a further boost to research and technological development: the ability for renewal is the recipe, which is only apparently simple, of the company’s success; it is actually a complex process since, today more than ever, experience and extraordinary skills are necessary to succeed in combining the shapes that Milldue’s skilful designers create with the use of natural materials. In 2014, the need to meet, or better to anticipate, specific requirements and the widespread, highly diversified desires emerging on the market in terms of bathroom living, motivated Milldue to create three new brands designed for groups with specific tastes.
The common aspect is always the balance between traditional craftsmanship and technological experimentation. One of these is Noorth, the innovative brand resulting from the company’s research, characterised by a distinct tailored and architectural approach, which gives the bathroom a touch of tidy and functional elegance that never results in a display of minimalism. Then there is Mitage, which, with its seven lines, is intended for customers who prefer classic looks, yet interpreted in a contemporary style and with the addition of precious details. And, to conclude, Dieci and its three lines, which appeal to those who seek clear-cut and practical bathroom furnishings, with simple materials, colours and shapes.
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