March 21, 2016 | Updated: December 16, 2019


Corinto, the ceramic collection by Venis inspired by textured cement

Trends in architecture and interior design have helped Venis to achieve a new collection of ceramic floor tiles and wall tiles, which imitate textured cement. Corinto turns out to be the ideal ceramic series that is able to reproduce industrial-styled atmospheres, a current and very urban tribute to the lofts and penthouses in New York that revolutionized the fifties.

In the same way as floors made of stabilised cement undergoing various superficial treatments like fine clearing and its subsequent sanding, Corinto presents itself as both original and genuine, with its richness in graphics, textures and reliefs offered by the usual continuous cement surfaces. Nevertheless, the extensive performance which is carried out by ceramics is added, highlighting among others both its high resistance and its easy-to-clean properties.

With regard to formats and finishes, the Corinto series of Venis includes a mono-porous wall tile, whose format is 33,3×100 cm. It turns out to be the ideal choice for any interior design project, either a sophisticated lounge or a demanding bathroom, since it counts on a fine textured finish and several decorated reliefs to choose from.

As far as floor tiles are concerned, Corinto presents a porcelain tile in both 59,6×120 cm and 59,6×59,6 cm formats; whose finish is textured as well. The colours available in all models are Limestone and Steel.

Because of its cutting-edge production techniques, PORCELANOSA Grupo is a world leader in the ceramic materials manufacturing. In all of its collections regarding flooring and wall tiles, the firm renews its commitment to innovation and quality by keeping its projection into the future, and furthermore, by following the current trend-setting lines.

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