• Porcelanosa reinterprets nature through three-dimensional wall tiles
  • Porcelanosa reinterprets nature through three-dimensional wall tiles
  • Porcelanosa reinterprets nature through three-dimensional wall tiles
  • Porcelanosa reinterprets nature through three-dimensional wall tiles
  • Porcelanosa reinterprets nature through three-dimensional wall tiles
  • Porcelanosa reinterprets nature through three-dimensional wall tiles
  • Porcelanosa reinterprets nature through three-dimensional wall tiles

Porcelanosa reinterprets nature through three-dimensional wall tiles

Tuesday September 4th, 2018 · PORCELANOSA Grupo

The Spiga Bottega, Lexington or Capri Lineal collections give spaciousness and brightness alike to the spaces where they are incorporated.

Cement, wood, stone or textile define the finishes of these materials.

Taking into consideration the constant reinvention undergone by the design, the ceramic materials have made their own transition with new features and uses. Their high resistance and easy maintenance have made it possible for architects and interior designers to combine the endless options offered by ceramic wall tiles and floor tiles.

The textures with relief which characterise the wall tiles by Porcelanosa are a clear example of this constructive trend. We are dealing with materials which meet the demands of any project or aesthetic. Versatile contemporary design for unique spaces.

Sprigs from the industrial age

Inspired by the industrial style of the early 20th century, Spiga Bottega collection is characterised by its herringbone patterns and cement finish. Available in Acero and Caliza colours, each of these pieces provides greater spaciousness to the space where they are used. Historical reinterpretation for interior spaces. Back to the origins of modernism.

Ceramic veining based on wood

The Lexington collection is made up of tiles which are inspired by wooden strips. The meticulousness with which the pieces represent the original veining of the material creates a natural warm aura. Its four colour ranges: Cognac, Colonial, Fresno and Maple encourage anyone to find ongoing escapism. Everyday pleasures.

Textile nobility

The textile effect wall tiles such as the Capri Lineal collection from Porcelanosa cover the interior of a house with both elegance and exclusivity. Their  Bone, Stone and Grey colours are perfectly combined with raw materials so that tradition and contemporaneity take place in a single room. Custom-made hand-crafted quality.

Stone effect simplicity

The Pietra Blue Lineal collection is characterised by its serene compact shapes which achieve realism with its lines relief. Taking the Belgium stone as a reference, this material presents sober tones that result in being perfect for interior projects. Halfway between grey and blue, the Silver colour has been thought up for urban-styled projects, whereas its lighter version, namely Stone, is perfect for living rooms and rooms with exterior light. Stone effect simplicity which ignores trends and conditions alike.

Squared dynamism

The Taco Oxford collection gives the walls depth through its overlapped square pieces. All its tones: Cognac, Acero and Natural; make it possible for the spaces to speak their own language. Protecting the architectural originality.

Moving geometry

The geometrical pieces in white matt make the Oxo wall tiles go a step further in architecture and interior design, especially as far as kitchens and bathrooms are concerned. Sensory experiences under the PORCELANOSA Grupo seal.

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