1 June 2021


PORCELANOSA reinvigorates stone, metal and terracotta in its new collections

The firm has designed more resistant and versatile ceramic tiles and floor tiles whose benefits include technical improvements alongside realistic decorations.

Terrazzo, metal or pure terracotta are just some of the textures that Porcelanosa has recreated in its new ceramic collections, where outdoor pieces are awarded more importance than ever.

Presented during the New Product Exhibition organised by the multinational company in its main showrooms in Spain and Portugal, these series such as Treviso, Steel or Cotto show our latest innovations in terms of comprehensive design with technical or usability improvements.

Ceramic design, outdoors

Due to their multifunctionality and colour simplicity, the pieces which make up these series can either be used on floors or walls. This is the case with Treviso, a collection with a matt and or semi-matt effect that reproduces the texture of terrazzo in five different shades (Blanco, Beige, Arena, Gris and Antracita) in a 120 cm x 120 cm format that can adapt to any type of project.

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Trevisso Acero 120 x 120 cm
Trevisso Antracita 120 x 120 cm
Trevisso Arena 120 x 120 cm
Trevisso Beige 120 x 120 cm
Trevisso Blanco 120 x 120 cm

Steel Acero 120 x 120 cm Porcelanosa


Turning to ceramic with a metallic appearance, Steel, whose pieces can be used as flooring (120 x 120 cm and 59.6 x 59.6 cm) or on walls (59.6 x 150 cm), comes in the colours Bone, Acero and Antracita and transform their functional material into a real decorative feature.



120 x 120 cm


120 x 120 cm


120 x 120 cm

Inspired by the contrasts of our planet and all its forms, Porcelanosa has designed Cotto. These clay-based floor tiles measure 120 x 120 cm and feature a range of browns, from which we would like to highlight: Cáñamo and Colonial.

Cotto Canamo 120 x 120 cm Porcelanosa

Cotto Canyamo 120 x 120 cm

Cotto Colonial 120 x 120 cm

Designed for outdoor spaces such as terraces or swimming pools, it is particularly notable for its resistance to high temperatures, humidity, and blows or scratches.

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