The Adeli & de Rham studio entrusts C.C.M. and KRION® with its “The Emirates Hall – UN – Geneva” project

The Adeli & de Rham studio entrusts C.C.M. and KRION® with its “The Emirates Hall – UN – Geneva” project - Solid Surface


For KRION®, the Solid Surface from PORCELANOSA Group, all projects in which our material is present are important, but occasionally there are projects that we are especially proud to have been a part of. We would like to take this occasion to thank the architectsSlavash Adeli and Joakim de Rham, and the transforming company C.C.M. ITALY, for trusting in our material KRION® for the fittings of “The Emirates Hall” within building E of the United Nations (UN) in Geneva, Switzerland.

C.C.M. ITALY, with headquarters in Bergamo, is specialised in the design, manufacture and installations of interior products and systems for airports, metro/train stations and ferry terminals, an organisation oriented towards large projects, capable of managing a fully integrated package of interior fittings, finishes and accessories. Due to its varied background and its reputation established by a multitude of projects, it was selected by the prestigious architects Siavosh Adeli (Adeli Interior Architecture & Partners Ltd) and Joakim de Rham (Swiss Office Interior Design), for the construction of this project, one of its most emblematic.

The Emirates Hall was a gift from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to the United Nations in Geneva, the largest UN building after the facilities in New York. The work began in July 2015 and was completed in May 2016, involving architectural, technological and design improvements in which KRION® has been used with our 1100 Snow White colour, transformed into fittings, and our 1102 Marfil color applied to circular walls of the room.

We can find KRION® on all conference tables, providing everything important in life with a clean visual appearance, elegant outline and timeless design. It is a work in which unnoticeable joins, thermocurving, the integration of screens and sound are unnoticed un the pursuit of simplicity and practicality, leaving the object and material behind to support the purpose of the room, the meeting of nations.

The Emirates Room (EX Room XVII)

United Nations Office at Geneva

Client: Permanent Mission of U.A.E. – Geneva

Architects: Siavash Adeli & Joakim de Rham