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Planika''s Intelligent fire set alight the Milan Design Week

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In the event, Planika presented a unique balance between the magic of fire and the functionality of furniture from Italian companies such as Caccaro, Res Italia and Viebieffe. Becoming part of the contemporary European design, Planika attained perfection by creating an infinitely long line of fire.

"During the process of shaping the Milan''s collections, we took into account the individual needs of the client, on both dimensions and finish. Giving creative freedom, our designs perfectly fit into the current design trends that are free of any restrictions. "- said Małgorzata Dziemitko, Planika''s communication specialist.

Through the last decade, Planika has become a world leader in the creation of "intelligent fire" that is appreciated by the world''s design authorities, as well as customers from all over the world.

"As in previous years, Planika''s natural fire attracted many visitors. Currently, Planika fireplaces are available in over 60 countries worldwide. Trade shows like Milan Design Week enable us to get greater exposure and popularity of our brand. Certainly, we will attend next year''s fair. "- explains Anna Błaszczyk-Tubisz, Head of the Marketing department.

Planika''s fireplaces burn without smoke, smell or soot. They can be operated with a single smart device or remote control, increasing the user''s comfort.

Polish brands are more and more appreciated among visitors of Italian furniture trade shows. This is an excellent opportunity to showcase new collections and unique solutions. "Our fireplaces can be adapted to almost any interior. The line of fire we are able to design is almost limitless. "- said Marta Pacoszyńska, Project Department leader.

During this time of the year, Milan becomes the European capital of design and the centre of interaction between designers, manufacturers and architects who are looking for the latest trends and inspirations for new creations.

Planika''s Intelligent fire set alight the Milan Design Week

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