September 28, 2016 | Updated: October 26, 2018


Cersaie 2016: serenity and elegance with Cosmos, the new porcelain tile from Venis

The firm from PORCELANOSA Group, Venis arrives at Cersaie with an elegant ceramic project capable of identifying with both architecture and interior design projects : the Cosmos series.

A strong commitment by this firm for the 2016 Bologna Fair edition which is based on both order and harmony, that aesthetic universe of simplicity, minimalism and perfect lines.

The new ceramic collection inspired by stone stands out because of its naturalness, thanks to the high-quality reproduction of natural stone from nature.

Slate is a metamorphic rock resulting from the transformation of sedimentary rocks such as clay, under heavy pressure caused by tectonic movements. This is, precisely, what Cosmos is based on, with grey tones on the surface reminiscent of silvery metals. This effect is achieved by this ceramic collection from Venis. It integrates thin incrustations with a fine matt gloss effect along the relief, and furthermore, they provide a look that is not only very pure but natural as well.

Cosmos is a series of porcelain tiles that can be used in wide spaces, both indoors and outdoors. Its unique design and brightness, shade variation and finishes, make it a highly sophisticated and a quality option for any contemporary project.

The floor tile from the Cosmos collection confirms its high quality with regard to its inclusion in the High-Tech Venis series. These features, combined with the careful selection of raw materials, make Cosmos a high-end STON-KER ceramic stone, with both technical and physical and aesthetic characteristics at a high level.

Cosmos, the rectified finish inspiration stone, has a single colour, but it has several formats: 33,3x100cm for monoporous ceramic wall tile, and 59,6×59,6cm 45x90cm for STON-KER flooring.

Discover this, along with other developments from PORCELANOSA Group, at the firm’s stand at Cersaie: Hall26 Stand A296 B198, B293 or A288 until September 30th.

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