March 14, 2016 | Updated: October 26, 2018


XLight Adapting to space: the porcelain tile that makes any project a reality

The 3,5mm thick extra-slim porcelain tile from Urbatek widens its possibilities by offering new cutting and modular formats under a new concept: the XLight adapted to Space, which, at a great extent, allows you to customise any architectural and interior design project in a very fast and simple way. By starting from the standard height in housing and commercial spaces, new extra-slim porcelain tile cut which can be combined have been created, thus, making large-format wall tiles possible, up to 250cm height.

Also, because of its endless designs regarding the formats, finishes and colours and its easy and quick installation with no need to remove previous ceramic surfaces, the extra-slim porcelain tile from Urbatek turns out to be ideal to wall tile residential projects, as well as commercial or public ones, even including high-traffic areas. The material provides many more possibilities by means of new modular formats which both enhance the adaptability of the XLight and allow for following design trends thanks to its wide range of graphics, details and textures.

Ranging from the 100x300cm large-format porcelain tile which reduces the number of joints to its minimum, the tableting cuts which provide character and unique designs, Urbatek has as many formats as possibilities that architecture and interior design entails, even including solutions for large spaces where creating impressive designs is a must. With quality very similar to the origami, the porcelain tiles allow for creating large-scale decorative geometry, which are both very striking and surprising.

The nine Xlight collections

Among its many aesthetic possibilities, Urbatek brings together a total of nine collections, each with its own colour range. In total, 32 different options that delight XLight professionals when shaping stunning and contemporary projects. Although each porcelain tile provides a different and very current solution, the lastest edition of the PORCELANOSA Grupo Global Architecture Exhibition confirmed the new XLight Wild collection as one of the most outstanding projects in its tableting format. The spaces coating as integrated kitchens without joints also stood out.

Collections such as Concrete, cement appearance; or Travertino, give rise to compositions, and thanks to its various formats, make it visually powerful. And most importantly, with the quality and versatility of a large format ceramic adapted to any space, it doesn´t matter how demanding this is.

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