Key facts

Product:
Area Pro | basalt Grid
Family:
Area Pro
Manufacturer:
AGROB BUCHTAL >
Designer:
Studio Sebastian Herkner >
Order number:
430393H
Architonic ID:
20157513
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2020
Manufacturer groups :
Flooring-Ceramic flooring >
Wall coverings-Wall tiles >
Ceramic-Ceramic tiles >
Groups:
Flooring-Ceramic flooring >
Wall coverings-Wall tiles >
Ceramic-Ceramic tiles >

Product description

Floor tile
60 x 60 cm
Porcelain stoneware, unglazed, R12 V4

Area Pro is extremely versatile and comes in a wide range of colors and sizes (from 10 x 10 cm to 60 x 120 cm) including multiple slip-resistant surfaces. The series also offers special features like ultra-thin wall tiles, ceramic shower trays and sinks or ceramic channel covers. Easy to clean and environmentally friendly thanks to Hytect surface. Made in Germany.

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Concept

Area Pro comes naturally

Just as the best design objects offer an intuitive understanding of how to use them, the Area Pro series also comes naturally. With its earthy colors and pleasant tactility, the wide range of ceramic products offered by Area Pro immediately spurs ideas on how to use them.
The Area Pro series, which is inspired by fine-grained, layered limestone, blends in and stands out. This makes these tiles and accessories reliable go-to products in nearly every circumstance.
In that sense, Area Pro’s tiles can be seen as the ceramic equivalents of little black dresses and white shirts. Like these fashion mainstays, the range offers an impeccable look in every setting of work, home or leisure.
All tiles are non-directional, which adds to their versatility, along with their diversity of formats and tones. Moreover, all colors in the new series are coordinated with AGROB BUCHTAL’s ChromaPlural range, allowing for all kinds of mixes and matches. What's more, it always remains possible to create bespoke projects as well.

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Brand story

Gerrit Terstiege

14.12.2020

His latest project for AGROB BUCHTAL has led Sebastian Herkner into a new field, one where a symbiosis of creativity and physics saw the go-to product designer dig out his old maths book.