Blok by FAP Ceramiche

Projecting the power of nature

Blok by FAP Ceramiche is a new range of porcelain stoneware floor and wall designs aimed at admirers the material beauty of stone seeking a no-frills, yet sophisticated, style: a contemporary stone-effect that projects the power of nature into porcelain stoneware.

Blok by FAP Ceramiche
Blok by FAP Ceramiche in the dramatic Dark colourway
Blok by FAP Ceramiche
Blok by FAP Ceramiche in white

The Blok range comes in four shades, in keeping with the latest trends in interior design: Grey, reminiscent of the subtle tones of the original material; pale, delicate White; Beige, a perfectly accurate reproduction of the texture of stone; and Dark, a striking intense colour with white veining.

Blok by FAP Ceramiche
Blok, in beige, by FAP Ceramiche

Blok comes four modular formats: the large 900 by 900mm size, the traditional 600 by 600m size, and two smaller options – 300 by 600 and 450 by 900mm – ideal for designer floors and walls.

Blok by FAP Ceramiche
Blok, in grey, by FAP Ceramiche

Blok has an R10 B slip rating that teams excellent grip with pleasant surfaces to guarantee top performance and extraordinary tactile sensations in a single collection. A variety of sizes and original graphics also allow for the creation of total looks for both residential and commercial settings, with a surprisingly accurate rendering of the stone surface.

Blok’s decorative options include Metal Inserts – in Dark Silver, Dark Gold, and Beige Gold – combined with the Fly, Cube, Macromosaico, and Metal Mosaics which add depth by combining the basic, essential textures typical of stone with luxury and designer inserts from the world of ceramics to create unexpected surfaces packed with character.

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A new post by Joe Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, May 2020.

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