H24 from Supergres is one of a number of current collections with a pragmatic and effective combination of porcelain stoneware floor tiles and white body wall tiles. Here, the supremely elegant 305 by 915mm rectified wall tiles are paired with four modular floor tile formats – 1,200 by 1,200, 600 by 1,200, 600 by 600, and 300 by 600mm – plus 1,200 by 2,780mm slabs.
H24 proves that there is still a lot of design mileage in cement-effect tiles: and that what was once viewed as purely an urban, masculine, industrial look can be softened for more delicate and feminine aesthetic. Textured in response to the needs of contemporary architecture, H24 – while inspired by cement – has a balanced surface offered in a palette of subtle, elegant colours. Suitable for floor and wall applications in both public and private , projects, H24’s versatility means it can adapt it to virtually any setting, lending an original style to every space.
In H24, 6mm thick slabs – 1,200 by 2780mm – enter the Supergres portfolio for the first time. These extra large sizes have an elegant textured effect while still offering high end performance levels.
H24 floor tiles are offered in Concrete, Ivory, Dark, and Pearl; while H24 wall tiles are available in Ivory, Pear, Blue, Jade, and Coral. This palette of colours is particularly sophisticated, and every tone combines with furnishing fabrics and colours, in line with the latest interior design trends. The three coloured wall tile backgrounds (Blue, Jade and Coral) are easily combinable with the neutral Ivory and Pearl shades of the stoneware floor tiles.
Two 3D structures are available in Ivory and Pearl. Level is a linear and textured structure that can be installed vertically or horizontally and used to cover entire walls, creating a dramatic 3D relief effect. Raw has a less pronounced 3D structure; one that reproduces the imprint of the formwork on raw concrete.
Combining backgrounds and these 3D structures allows H24 to be used to create environments that appeal to different tastes and styles. These include mono-chromatic environments with a highly textured feel, through to spaces featuring touches of elegant and powdery colours that have an original and sophisticated vibe. All in all, H24 is a fresh and contemporary collection that allows materials, textures, and colours to work in concert to deliver real sensory impact.
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