September 27, 2017 | Updated: December 14, 2018


Cersaie 2017: Venis is inspired by the Piacentina stone through the Dayton new collection

Venis arrives at the present edition of Cersaie with a design which joins the toughness and essence of natural stone with the properties of ceramic: Dayton. We are dealing with an Italian-inspired collection which has become the most outstanding design from the PORCELANOSA Group at the Bologna Fair.

Dayton is a new flooring and wall tile based on the Piasentina stone, whose origin is from the Roman Age, and it has light white veining and little golden glints with strong rust strata.

It is worth highlighting the fact that the “Piacentina stone” is one of the most popular products in the field of architecture because of its tones and user-friendliness, since it meets the demands of both outdoor and indoor spaces. Therefore, it becomes the ideal piece for the construction of buildings or major projects, as well as sculptures.

With the aim of offering different possibilities, this new collection by Venis is made up of two rectified porcelain tile floorings (in the following formats: 80×80 cm and 59.6×59.6 cm) and a rectified monoporous wall tile (33.3×100 cm), which allows for creating a one-coloured space of magnificent elegance and beauty.

Furthermore, Dayton is a very rich series regarding the assortment and combination possibilities, since it is available in four tones and can be used in three spaces in two formats: 33.3×100 cm and 45×120 cm, which ensures numerous options when designing any atmosphere.

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