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2 CM E | Contract Collection
Our 2-CM-E Collection features iconic looks in the progressive and flexible 2cm thickness for outdoor paving. Contract is a blend of oxidized metal and concrete to bring an industrial-chic aesthetic to your project
2 CM E | Glamora Collection
Our 2-CM-E Collection features iconic looks in the progressive and flexible 2cm thickness for outdoor paving. Glamora brings a modern and minimal Scandinavian timber look to your outdoor space. The plank format and high-performance of porcelain make it perfect for west coast exterior paving.
Antique Marble Collection
Some stones are so iconic that they are actually getting harder to find these days. As with any scarcity, cost of supply grows exponentially as reserves dwindle. With modern scanning and inkjet technology, our Antique Marble collection, brings back some of the most iconic stones the world has ever seen in polished and natural finishes.
Crisp and contemporary Scandinavian style wood planks collection. With minimal knots or variation in color, but a wonderfully diverse array of graphics makes our Axis collection the contemporary porcelain plank to solve all the problem areas where a porcelain’s high-performance characteristics are necessary.
Artist loft studios, converted use settings for funky shops and cafes or vintage style barber shops - painted brick is a style that never looks dated. Bringing that feel of old-school workmanship
into any project has never been easier than with the Brickwall collection.
A simple thin skin of durable porcelain means your brick wall stays white and easy to clean for the life of the space its installed in.
Calm collection brings tension of scale and finish to our assortment. Micro-formatted pressed glass with a hyper-matte finish creates layers of texture for floors or walls. 3 timeless shades in 4 formats means there is a perfect Calm for any storm.
A clean and contemporary concrete look for the 21st century. The subtle embellishments are what makes Carnaby truly exceptional. From the subtle spider cracks in the graphic that are invisible unless you’re up close to the mica flecks that pop and sparkle when hit by angled light
Possibly the most timeless marble that isn't white - Ceppo Di Gre, the iconic Italian marble is the ultimate unifier. This stone effortlessly bridges the aesthetics of terrazzo, marble and concrete with a warm and inviting grey palette. The organic nature of the distinct stones with subtle variance of hues makes this look compliment literally everything.
In this digital age, with everything on screens and high-tech - we are reconnecting with things that are done by hand. Simple things that take time and personal attention have great value to us. That is the core concept of the Chess collection created in collaboration with design students in Barcelona.
Classic Marble Collection
If ever there were a collection worthy of the word TIMELESS in all caps with marquee lighting, Classic Marbles is it. The most perfect versions of iconic stones from legendary locales is the lofty goal of this collection. Where many have tried, this assortment nails it. If perfection in marble with the no-nonsense ease of ceramics is called for - look no further!
Like a linen suit for a patio party - some things just click. That perfect blend of comfortability and style is the inspiration for our Click Collection. Subtle fabric texture on the soft & earthy field tiles carries through the subtle Net, textured, and Zeep, printed, decor pieces. Compositions are endless with these 3 complimentary tones and formats.
Colorado Collection is a modern and clean blend of an agglomerate marble cross Terrazzo look. The subtle veins are soft to the touch raised ink that adds texture and is great for various applications. The real agglomerate consists of marble-resin and marble-cement. Marble agglomerate is obtained by mixing first choice marble chips carefully selected for size and color with polyester resin or cement. This look was popular in the 70s and early 80s. With our porcelain option, you alleviate the maintenance compared to real marble agglomerate.