A denser, less porous member of the ceramic tile family, porcelain tile is a hardwearing choice suitable for indoor areas with heavy foot traffic as well as outdoor applications. With the same easy-to-maintain, adaptable structure of ceramic tile, porcelain tile offers the same vast range of aesthetic possibilities.
Honey Wood, the porcelain stoneware series which conveys the same vibrations expressed by natural wood. The intensity of the nuances and the relief effect of the grain running across the surface enhance the structure, typical of freshly cut wood, revealing the most authentic aspects of the material.View PDF Add to My Portfolio
Developed in the South of France in the middle of the 19th century, it was used as typical flooring until the beginning of the 1960s in the 20th century. Hydraulic is based on that style of architecture.view collection