Inspired by glossily glazed Moroccan terracotta tiles, Crogiolo Zellige is the new 100 by 100mm format tile. They are produced with a rough, handcrafted appearance, complete with uneven surfaces and glaze variations.
Crogiolo d_Segni Blend is the new range of porcelain stoneware cement tiles. They come in 200 by 200mm and 100 by 100mm and are the result of extensive investigations into glazes.
Marazzi’s Grande Resin Look is a new smooth resin look surface. These large porcelain stoneware slabs come in a thin 6mm thickness and a new 1200 by 2780mm format.
Mystone Moon was inspired by the material San Vincente. The stone-look tiles have a lunar quality, and take their name from the visual similarities they share with the moon.
Lastly Marazzi offer a new wood-look tile. Vero is an oak imitation featuring dark knots and cavities. These stoneware tiles delight in the organic, varied look of wood and present thick slabs similar to large boards of solid oak.
A52-B51, Hall 20
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, September 2019.