Urbatek has been capable of reproducing the New York loft style from the early twentieth century in a modern interior design through porcelain tiles inspired by cement, with a representation of high quality in terms of tones.
Graphically, its soft white halos that emulate salts such as “efflorescence” and effects of faded color. An urban aesthetic which provides the rooms with great elegance and spaciousness, a uniformity feeling and certain aesthetic minimalism which characterize industrial projects.
Core, presented at the latest edition of the Bologna Fair, Cersaie, expands its porcelain tiles from Urbatek, with a quality design that is just perfect for both private and commercial projects. The through-body porcelain tile from Urbatek is high resistant and ensures both easy maintenance and installation, available in several formats. In the case of Core, different placement options from modular formats are offered: 80x80cm, 59.6 x 59.6 cm, 29.7×59.6 cm, all in a Nature finish.
White, Grey and Coal: the three Nature versions
Although based on the sophisticated grey from the cement itself, Core varies slightly the chromatic scale offering several possibilities. From the bright Core White in a lighter tone, to the Grey Core and Core Coal, the latter being a darker shade.
A resistant and highly versatile porcelain tile commitment for contemporary homes, that are looking for reproducing the authenticity of the past.