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Product description

Coloured body porcelain tiles

The range includes two porcelain tile finishes that recall the aesthetics of spatula-applied concrete and resin for metropolitan floors. The matt porcelain tiles recall the urban character so typical of natural concrete applied by hand, with changes and unevenness of colour, flakes and granules. A light micro-texture realistically reproduces the effect of the manual application of concrete. A surprising honed porcelain ceramic surface inspired by glossy brushed resin, evokes its elegant brightness as well as provides a soft and pleasant feel to the touch. The honed finish reproduces a unique effect of light reflection, allowing the creation revealing minor irregularities on the surface akin to the look of resin and concrete spread by hand.
The matt and honed finishes are available in numerous sizes, up to the 75x150 size, that exalt the project planning potential of the series. Large slabs in 120x120 size with matt finish emphasise the continuous effect of concrete look floors.

Floor Design

Technology: Coloured body porcelain tiles – Rectified monocaliber
Sizes (cm): 120x120 Matt, 75x150 Honed, Matt; 75x75 Honed, Matt; 45x90 Honed, Matt; 60x60 Honed, Matt; 30x60 Honed, Matt
Surface finish: Honed - Matt (R9 A)
Colours: Off White, Greige, Brown Leather, Pearl, Gray, Smoke

Product variants


Porcelain tiles and white-body wall tiles create a sought-after offer of surfaces inspired by the world of brushed concrete and synthetic resins, for covering contemporary style venues, in architectural spaces that are avant-guard and original. The colour range includes shades created to meet different needs and interior design styles. The palette includes natural and neutral colours, coordinated for floors and walls, and two synthetic nuances, for daring glimpses of colour on walls.