Promotion: Italian brand Casalgrande Padana has released five tile collections suitable for a range of interior and exterior spaces.
Casalgrande Padana specialises in the design and manufacturing of tiles and its Petra range is designed to mimic the textural appearance of natural stone.
The tile’s dimensional finish nods to the organic variation in colour found in naturally mined stone – “[Petra tiles appear to have] imperfections left by the passage of time,” said the brand.
Six neutral-coloured hues constitute the collection, including the warm-toned Bianco, Oro and Sabbia to cooler grey Anthracite, Grigio and Perla, which all share characterful naturalistic striations.
These tiles are suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications on floors and walls and come in a selection of sizes and shapes.
The company’s Atelier tiles come in a single large-format 6.5 millimetre-thick panel that has a ceramic materiality.
Atelier tiles come in eight single-colour hues, giving them a modern and stable block-colour presence when applied inside and outside.
The collection was created to complement some of Casalgrande’s more complex patterned tiles including tiles in its stone, concrete and wood-effect ranges.
As well as tiles, the brand has also created a collection of integrated basins, shower trays and shelves called Aquatio, which are made up of porcelain stoneware slabs that come in customisable dimensions, allowing project-bespoke fittings to be created.
The pieces can be used alongside tiles for walls and flooring to create a seamless, continuous effect, especially when specified in the same marble-, stone-, concrete- or metal-effect finish.
“[Porcelain stoneware’s] wide range of formats and textures has expanded its use beyond floors and walls and turned it into an essential material for interior design,” said Casalgrande Padana.
The brand’s Nature tile range recalls naturally-occurring textures and colours found in nature. They’re suitable for wall and floor applications and come in six mottled shades ranging from dark Lava to light beige Sabbia.
The tiles can be used in both private and public interiors, from domestic bathrooms to high-traffic areas in restaurants.
In contrast to their stone-effect tiles, Casalgrande Padana’s Metropolis tiles aim to mimic the smooth, gently mottled aesthetic of concrete.
The tiles can be laid seamlessly to provide the same continuous visual effect as poured concrete in an easy-to-install format.
Seven colourways make up the collection, including Almond, Graphite, Mud and Silver.
Casalgrande Padana is an Italian tile designer and manufacturer, which has been producing ceramic and stoneware tiles since 1960.
The brand has grown in size and now operates out of six factories across Italy, with a headquarters in Casalgrande, northern Italy.
Find out more about Casalgrande Padana by visiting its website.
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