Tag: gres porcellanato
A_MANO: Ragno reworks the decorative majolica
The classic design turns into contemporary patterns and modular components to reinvent the spaces.
Surface trends: seen at Cersaie 2017
From the large formats porcelain stoneware to the reinterpretation of classical decorative cement tiles, from the moisture-proof wallpaper to the modern declinations of the wood strips.
The new stoneware effects of Florim Group
The new entries of Florim ranges includes wood effects and geometries, the Venetian “battuto” and stones.
Eden: the waxy majolica brick by Ragno
The brand of ceramic Ragno presents EDEN, a waxy majolica brick in the format 7x28 cm.
Fashion on porcelain: Rondine presents Denim
With the Denim collection, porcelain stoneware by Ceramica Rondine takes a leap into the world of fashion.
ABK materials meet Oikos shades
In Crossroad, the know-how of the two companies is combined and conveyed in the moodboard concept.
Cir reinvents the decorative surfaces
"Free your imagination" is the encouragement of Romani Group's most eclectic ceramic brand to those who wants to experiment and make unique any designs.
Fincibec Group reveals a new program for large tiles: FIRE
The project includes new products with record sizes, capable of extending the traditional tile application boundaries.
Claymood: the concrete effect according to Ceramiche Piemme
A modern concrete effect with the advantage of the ease of installation and the maintenance of porcelain stoneware tiles.
"Acid Green" for the Architecture tiles by Casalgrande Padana
Among the stylish ceramics proposals of the famous brand the color “acid green” stands out, in line with the current color trend Greenery that will wear the design world in 2017.
Metallic effect for Cor-ten by Ceramica Faetano
Reproductions of studs, zippers, nails and graphics on the full body porcelain stoneware.
In Mazarron, a total white house with cantilever porch
The architect, Pepa Díaz, has banked on the full body porcelain tile from Urbatek (Porcelanosa Grupo) in order to get the visual continuation for a single family home with cantilever porch in Murcia.