Modernist by Ornamenta - Terrazzo was the typical floor of the Venetian houses of the sixteenth century, a low-cost version of marble, made up of marble and stone granules tied together by concrete to form a unique compound. Modernist offers a contemporary interpretation in porcelain stoneware in the 600 x 600mm size, with 10mm thickness.
The material which best defines modern architecture. These concrete-effect tiles are inspired by a particularly “rich” architectural cement, used by some of the great names in contemporary architecture to construct and transform spaces. In fact, the distinctive feature of this exposed concrete is the DOT, that is the point left by the matrix on concrete, creating a geometric pattern on the entire surface.
Riviera by Adex is the newest burst of colour to meet your mood board. With an inconsistently wonderful variation within every colour of the range, the tiles are able to offer that illustrious retro feel while also possessing an ability to accommodate for the most contemporary tones.
Capturing the beauty of nature with the new I-Sense range from Vallelunga. Thanks to an innovative method in HD printing and the most modern ceramic techniques, this collection offers strong and intense colours, made even more decisive thanks to a lacquer that accentuates body and depth.
North African tradition meets industrial ceramics. The hand-crafted look tiles in the Zellige series are produced in 12 shades with glossy finish and visible variations in tone. Random installation creates a blend effect, in which the colours vibrate strongly - from 70 to 100 different tile surface designs.
Stunning marble effect porcelain now available with grip textured surfaces. With an Australian slip test rating of P5, this tile is the ideal selection for luxury commercial applications. Contrasting with a sharp pure white background is its fluid grey veining, capturing the luxurious look of Statuario marble.