Discover a free, expressive material, full of possibilities, limited only by the space available and your own personal taste.
Large size pieces, straight lines, sophisticated, surprising finishes…these are just some of the innovations that come with the new ceramics which, chameleon-like, have adapted to the new trends that architects and designers are demanding, and to the needs of the end consumer. The versatility of the products means that it is also an affordable material which can fit every budget in the same way it fits the specific conditions of every space. And it can also modulate ambient lighting to suit your taste. Intensifying or softening it with gloss and matt finishes; transforming it with plain colours or shading, or manipulating its reflections.
Perhaps surprising is the adjective which best defines this free, expressive material, full of possibilities, limited only by the space available and your own personal taste.
- Tones. Greens, blues and oranges are combined with earthy tones. Acidic colours coexist with pastels, whites, blacks and greys are always a sure bet.
- Designs. Flowers are coming back, damasks and brocades are once again distinguishing themselves. Of course we cannot forget the classic stripes, contemporary geometric designs and animal prints.
- Textures. Inspired in metals, textures become glossy or metallic. Or, for a more natural range: clay and textile textures.