In a world dominated by concrete-effect tiles, white marbles and subtle neutrals, it is always refreshing to come across a stand at Cersaie that is all about colour, pattern, and daring to be different. No company achieved this better at Bologna than Codicer 95.
This Spanish manufacturer has more than 20 years’ experience creating top quality wall and floor tiles, developing a truly extensive range of products designed to meet every practical need and interior style, with matching trim pieces to add the finishing touch.
Codicer 95 supply a wide range of floor tiles, for indoor and outdoor, from warm rustic looks to the latest trends achieved by hi-tech digital printing. The variety of sizes and finishes offered by Codicer’s collections make them very versatile.
But this is not an artisanal operation, although some of the patterns and formats may suggest this. Codicer’s production process is totally automated and which incorporates the most modern technology on the market. This enables the company to offer high quality and resistant ceramic tiles that can be used indoors and out, even in extreme conditions.
Codicer believes that progress, quality, and commitment to the environment should go hand in hand and, consequently, submit to the strictest controls in order to obtain the necessary certificates and qualifications.
At Cersaie, it was the hexagonal tile ranges, notable Anais, that really caught the eye, with their vibrant and playful mix of patterns and colours. So the next time you are suffering from an overdose of tile show minimalism, seek out these Castellon-based pioneers for a truly refreshing dose of daring design.
A new post by Joe Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, October 2018