Advanced digital printing techniques offer complete freedom and endless design potential. Matching trends or keeping it classic with timeless looks, there is a tile for every style.
High-performance, long-lasting tiles with a handcrafted look demonstrate a keen attention to detail, whilst shape and unusual references inspire unique collections.
Harmony‘s Bow series in particular, developed by Alberto Sánchez and Eduardo Villalón of MUT design, offers a modern take on Mediterranean roof tiles, complete with a delightful 3D relief and a range of surface textures.
To ensure consistency some brands have creative teams exceeding 20 people with efforts made to keep up with and utilise the latest digital technology, pushing boundaries wherever possible.
As well as aesthetics, Spanish manufacturers seek to problem solve at a microscopic level, focusing on frost resistance (such as in Decocer‘s new Crag range) and anti-bacterial properties (as in Argenta‘s Carpenter range).
Tile of Spain will also be highlighting their takes on altered nature, with exaggerated marble and imitation pieces on show at stand 401.
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A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, January 2022.