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.
Stone Edition is available in four textures for those who want the charm of a stone floor. Pietra Pece interprets a stone covering for interiors treated with powders and dark pigments and distinguished by high and low relief effects. Travertine reinterprets the sedimentary stone Roman travertine, in which small inclusions of fossils create a texture of materials stratified over time. Breccia Grey is a stoneware slab, resembling grey stone, on which white veins trace ever-changing patterns just like those of natural stone. Finally, Pietra di Borgogna, the most recognised French stone in the world, is beige in colour and has been used for centuries in architecture.View PDF Add to My Portfolio
Here, two different starting points, stone and concrete, have been combined to create a highly original and expertly amalgamated aesthetic and graphic mixture. The resulting style is both gentle and strong, which makes it ideal for anyone looking for a subtle stone solution or an original concrete effect.View PDF Add to My Portfolio
An ode to the renowned natural stone and its expressive power. This is Stonehenge, a completely new reinterpretation of the iconic British stone. Known for its sedimentary origins and use in local homes, the British stone has been given new life by Ergon to face the challenges of modern design.View PDF Add to My Portfolio