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1. Seemingly random configurations of geometric color blocks arrange to
resemble a kaleidoscope across surfaces with Ceramica Bardelli’s new
collection, Tangram. The collection of interior floor and wall tiles includes
fifteen hand-brushed decorations in four color groups, finished in matte.
2. Made from denim fibers collected at cloth production mills, Reclaimed
Denim Fiber laminate by Formica offers a rich, sustainable option for both
horizontal and vertical uses. Available in high gloss and jean finishes.
3. Slimtech, a printed ceramic by Lea Ceramiche, takes surfacing to a new
level by breaking traditional constraints on laminated stoneware through its
sizing and print options. Employing new printing techniques which allows for
highly realistic images, Slimtech is able to not only cover floors and walls, but
furniture as well, such as benches and tables (shown here).
4. Playing with the forms between two- and three-dimensional, CUBI
marble terrazzo tiles by MIPA are a study of volume. By playing with the
intersecting of lines, perceptions of depth are examined and manipulated.
Available in three variants.