Wall and Floor Coverings

13/10/2017

8 materials, 8 trends: the new products by Coop Imola

Coop. Ceramica d'Imola proposes a wide range of new ceramic products, following the current interior design trends, including realistic and warm wood effects, used stone effects, glossy surfaces inspired by glass and enameled urban bricks in the pop colors of the moment. There are also several possibilities of application and formats, from traditional to large and innovative ones.

The porcelain stoneware Azuma is inspired by Japanese living spaces. By using the cement, Imola proposes a “zen” cement effect in 5 colors, with different sizes and surfaces, and a range of decorations inspired by the typical features of Japanese architecture. Azuma is also available in the extra-size 120x260 cm format, for a sought-after interior design; the 60x120 cm format has a bush-hammered finish for a perfect design continuity between indoor and outdoor.

Brixstone_ISolutions recovers the sedimentary dolomitic rock belonging to Limestone, which is extracted from the Appalachian Mountains, in North America. This stone has a rough appearance and combines the essences of quartzite and porphyry, resembling the shade of nature (gray, brown, black).

The art of Glass is transposed in Glass_ISolutions, a double-fired covering, in the 20x60 cm format, characterized by sought-after and modern colors: yellow, green, lavender, blue, with a glossy and glassy surface.

Koala resembles the most precious eucalyptus wood, with neat surfaces characterized by delicate and soft grains, for a touch of sober elegance.

Pequod_ISolutions takes inspiration from the old Massachusetts whaler's charm, made entirely of American walnut: this is a wood with an ancient and authentic style, presented in two formats (16x100 and 15x60) and four warm shades (brown, beige, dark beige, almond).

Sicily is based on the local sandstone of this Italian area, a sedimentary limestone rock, with average porosity, available in different shades of colors, from white to yellow.

After a deep analysis of the enamels, Slash focuses on a doubled-fired covering in the 7.5x30 cm format. Colors available: four ‘Sparkle’ shades; four Still shades; white, which combines the two styles of the project.

Finally, Tube resembles used materials and metropolitan traffic, by capturing its underground metallic style. It is also available in the large format 120x260 cm, with a thin thickness (6.5 mm).