The company’s new collection is available in three colours: Silver, Sand and Dark and the tiles can be used for flooring or on walls.
The Thao and Samui decorative pieces allow you to create spacious rooms with a personality of their own.
Venis has recreated natural stone with the properties of ceramics in Verbier. This new collection, which was presented during the inauguration of the 27th International Exhibition of Architecture and Design, embodies the effects of the passage of time on stone (erosion and fossil remains) and its natural ageing.
More realistic finishes
The realistic appearance of the collection is enhanced by its three colours: Sand, Silver and Dark. Flooring is available in three different formats (100 cm x 100 cm, 80 cm x 80 cm and 59.6 cm x 59.6 cm) and wall tiles are available in 45 cm x 120 cm format, both series being suitable for all types of spaces.
Their versatility was demonstrated in the company’s showroom, the material being suitable for rooms ranging from the bedroom to the bathroom or the main hall. Its finishes are based on matt enamel or use other layers to create different shades.
The product’s natural texture is an important feature, the result of using micrograins to increase its resistance.
The firm completes this collection with two decorative tiles for walls: Thao and Samui. Thao features trapeziums and pyramids of different heights (up to 5 mm). Available in 59.6 cm x 59.6 cm format, this porcelain tile can be used both indoors and outdoors, its design providing great visual continuity, as no joints are visible.
Samui can also help to create this artistic touch. The design features waves in relief with pronounced crests. With a height of 4 mm and 6 different patterns, the strong lines on each tile fit in perfectly with industrial style or boho-chic interiors.
Turning stone into ceramics.