Offering an abstracted wonderland woods with their Forest 3D decor is Ceramiche Piemme. Their otherwise reasonably classic Evoluta porcelain stoneware tile collection is demonstrating something completely new with this 3D element.
The innovative technology utilised by Piemme creates a unique multi-finish feel and look, emphasising the inspired motif and inviting hands to touch and explore its tactile nature. The tiles are created to imitate organic materials, providing spaces with a many-layered experience.
The technology used was conceived and developed by the Modenese company, Synchro Digit Piemme technology and allows two processes to be synchronised. This means that the decorative surface is formed at the same time as the tile structure.
Each slab is 600 by 1,200mm and can emphasise the height and mystery of a magical woodland or as a curiously abstracted bunch of brambles. Used along with the rest of the Evoluta collection, as well as Piemme’s Beyond and Modern collections allow for a diverse, yet stylised and homogeneous look.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, February 2021.