Ceramica Fioranese‘s Sound of Marbles rethinks this classic material to celebrate nature and combine it with tradition and craftsmanship. Five distinctive marble-effect porcelain stoneware surfaces make up the collection – Beige Antico, Rosa Cipria, Nero Fondo, Verde Intenso, and Screziato Vivace.
The classic neutral-toned marbles are combined with two distinctive greens, each with unique veining, creating a highly modern take on the material. The collection features standard marble-look pieces in a range of sizes (740 by 1,480mm, 740 by 740mm, 600 by 600mm, 300 by 600mm, 300 by 300mm, 150 by 150mm, and 73 by 300mm), allowing the vivid veins to take pride of place.
Three mosaic styles are also offered – a standard square (Mosaico) and hexagon (Mosaico Exa) option, as well as a mixed stone Mosaico Weave, each on a 300 by 300mm sheet. The pride of the collection are the decors designed by Neropaco. These pieces feature curved and diagonal cuts, combining the marble looks in a delightful mix of designs.
The two larger format slabs (740 by 1,4800mm) feature two designs FioMood Nero and FioMood Verde, each offering different colour combinations and styles. The collection of smaller decors (300 by 600mm) provide a range of six designs, varying in angles and composition, enabling a new level of marble decor.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, May 2020.