May 8, 2018 | Updated: December 11, 2019


The Vintage collection from Venis lets you travel through time

The series offers three tones and five different models in a 59.6cmx59.6cm format

Its pieces create compositions inspired by old Valencian houses from the beginning of the 20th century 

Inspired by cement floor tiles from France in the 19th century, Venis brings the magic back from the past with its very own Vintage collection. A series which lets us travel through time, and at the same time, pay homage to the old Valencian houses from the 20th century.

In order to enhance the charm and the architectural nostalgia, the new Vintage ceramic floor tile and wall tile collection presents a gimmicky design, with original patterns and an image that has been extensively thought out.The iconography represents geometric, vegetable and floral shapes, with an enhanced colour due to the pattern repetition and the symmetric harmony of its pieces.

The old hydraulic tile is reinvented in order to brighten up the rooms without them losing their essence. The very latest ceramic technology used in the production process by the PORCELANOSA Group has enhanced the resistance and the versatility of the product, multiplying the distinct application possibilities.

For contract projects with medium traffic, and for outdoor areas and terraces, Vintage offers a retro touch in three tones, and up to five different models. All of them in a 59.6cmx59.6cm format, in a rectified matt finish.

Vintage original stands out because of its tones, inspired by terracotta, as well as being combinable with powdery pink and olive green.

Vintage Silver and Natural have the same design, even though they offer cement and soft natural tones.

The colour range gets bigger when it is used with other floor tiles by Venis, like those which are included in the Newport, Ferroker, Madagascar, Ocean Caliza, Misuri, Baltimore or Rhin series.

Vintage from Venis brings back the past Levantine construction history by way of the technological innovation and graphical research. Modernist architecture in ceramic floors and walls.

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