Concrete effect for contemporary environments with a minimalist style
Unique collections in Porcelain Stoneware with a modern and trendy
Concrete is the current symbol of modernity. Concrete-effect tiles are increasingly in demand: thanks to their delicate appearance and neutral tones, these ceramic tiles are ideal for numerous applications. A concrete effect floor becomes the starting point for creating your own style, permitting maximum freedom in the choice of furnishing elements and wall shades, thanks to its sober and elegant look that makes it so universal and irresistible. That’s not all: its particularly soft and pleasant surface structure, and the colour range that mostly focuses on shades of grey and beige, make it easily combinable with other collections, eliminating problems of continuity between spaces.
Chic and minimal
The minimalist style is one of the evergreen contemporary design trends. Few elements, skilfully researched and selected, can unequivocally define the identity of the environments of a home, office or business. The silent, but at the same time, energetic character of environments in minimalist style is established through a number of elements that determine the overall atmosphere of the space: the surfaces, the light, the colours. The concrete effect is, therefore, perfect for floors and wall coverings charged with an essential-style expressiveness.
Fioranese concrete effect
Ceramica Fioranese develops the concrete effect in all its expressive potential in order to offer designers a vast range of aesthetic and material possibilities. The collections are purposely created to capture the typical allure of metropolitan habitats, offering numerous possible applications: perfect for covering the living room, the bathroom area, the night area and the kitchen, but also for lending character to public spaces such as, for example, areas dedicated to wellness.
Creativity and functionality
The variety of colour shades, together with the multiplicity of the formats and decorations, allow for infinite combinations to the benefit of creativity, opening up original architecture and interior design possibilities for concrete effect ceramic coverings. Together with its inherent beauty and impeccable aesthetic qualities, Fioranese concrete effect porcelain stoneware also has excellent technical characteristics: it’s an extremely high-quality product which is easy to maintain, being resistant to time, wear, atmospheric agents and changes in temperature.
Versatility and originality
The Fioranese concrete effect collections are particularly versatile and have a contemporary feel.
SFRIDO, created from the partnership with the Neropaco studio, sees the combination of the concrete effect with wood; the result? Elegance, simplicity and lots of light. Two apparently distant materials find their equilibrium between forms and design and create home contexts full of particular and modern character. The grain of the wood sinks into the tiles, making them vibrant and delicate.
URBAN CHALLENGE, the series inspired by trowelled concrete with the addition of a fairly coarse gravel powder, whose decorations have again been designed in partnership with Neropaco, is intended to offer the possibility of using a modern but not cold concrete effect, with neutral but never aggressive colours, in order to create welcoming atmospheres.
Contemporary architecture and reinforced concrete are the key behind the DOT collection, created by the Architect Andrea Maffei. DOT proposes the distinctive signs of exposed concrete, that is the point left by the matrix on the concrete, which embellishes the entire surface with geometric continuity: every context immediately acquires personality and elegance with this collection.
COCCI are inspired by floors recovered from ancient Romagna farmhouses, an original way to reinterpret the past with a deliberately modern mood.
CONCRETE reinterprets concrete. The collection reproduces a concrete effect floor which is perfect for living areas, with an essential and minimal mood.
Finally, BLEND gives new life to concrete: besides the classic light and dark greys, Fioranese has introduced other original shades such as Avorio, Sabbia, Senape, Oliva, Grey and Gomma. Concrete acquires new and unusual shades thanks to this collection.
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