Atlas Concorde has introduced a charming new natural stone look to their collections. Described as combining “a Mediterranean spirit with a Central European soul” Aix covers the colour-warmth spectrum, embracing the appeal of both the Provençal and the Mediterranean.
The irregular, dappled surface of limestone inspired the texture and design of the tiles, whilst the imagined age is represented in a series of dimples, ripples, and scratches. The collection is designed with a multitude of interior and exterior possibilities in mind, offering the porcelain tiles in a range of sizes (from 225 by 225mm to 600 by 600mm), XL slabs (from 600 by 900mm to 1,200 by 1,200mm), as well as seven formats suitable for use outside.
The four colour options enable a lean towards the warm (with Beige and Blanc) or to the cold (with Cendre and Fumée), whilst the three finishes (Matte, Grip, and Textured) allow for the range to be utilised with ease in a variety of settings. Two simple yet effective decor elements complete the collection with Minibrick Tumbled’s subtly textured and patterned surface presented in a 305 by 305mm mosaic, and Row’s raised lined surface creats further dimension, homogenously accenting spaces.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, January 2020.