One of the stand-out displays at Coverings, Natucer is something of a one off. The company’s use of extruded clay techniques mean that is is able to offer 3D shapes, moulded pieces and textures that few other manufacturers can emulate.
This means that Natucer is particularly well placed to take advantage of the 3D tile trend. The new Dynamic range explores the multiple aesthetic possibilities that tri-dimensional wall tiles have to project and design spaces of great sculptural impact.
The tiles visual impact has a great emotional power, while the visual and tacticle qualities of the range transforms the linearity of movement, creating surfaces with dynamic and captivating aspect.
Dynamic was created to offer innovative solutions and designs for interior designers and architects. The study of light, shape and volume has resulted in a ceramic tile collection in which each piece has a specific look and function; overall providing depth and distinction for each project.
Lineal and geometric designs creating an innovative rhythm in constant movement, that changes according to the perspective and the incidence and intensity of light.
The collection comprises Arch in 150 by 300mm, Angle in 125 by 300mm, Lance in 100 by 300mm, Block in 100 by 300mm and Cubik in 260 by 300mmm and four other formats.
The result is an extraordinary range of tridimensional surfaces with all the advantages of extruded porcelain: High decoration, original and creative, easy installation, suitability for indoor and outdoor use, resistance to humidity, frost, acids and bases, and fire..
Very resistant, once installed the range is ideal for covering imperfections in walls,getting a perfect finish without maintenance.
Further coverage of the design trends at Coverings 2017 can be found in Tile & Stone Journal May 2017, Pages 48-65, or online at www.tileandstonejournal.com.
A new post by Joe Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, April 2017.