Powder, new concrete-look stoneware with an urban vibe.
Friday 30 September 2016
Three sizes, a mosaic tile and two decor tiles for residential and contract spaces.
Concrete becomes an intriguing element of interior design, enriching residential and commercial projects with metropolitan overtones.
Powder, the new concrete-look stoneware by Marazzi, reinterprets the original material in a versatile collection with a contemporary feel.
Available in 5 shades: With Sand, Crete, Mud, Smoke and Graphite, the spectrum ranges from warm to cold shades, expanding the architectural and stylistic potential. 5 delicate colours that offer an exciting new take on concrete.
The surface is soft to the touch and features irregular patterning and subtle shade variations. Every single tile surface has been designed to recreate and emphasize the natural imperfection of earthenware and concrete.
In addition to the 75x150 cm, 75x75 cm, 30x60 cm and 60x60 cm sizes, there are hexagon tiles in size 21x18.2 cm, available in all 5 colours. A herringbone mosaic tile further enriches the range. Hexagonal Déco “cementine” cement tiles 21x18.2 and Liberty decor tiles in the 75x75 cm size are available in Sand and Graphite colours, featuring 4 different geometric and floral designs with shaded, dusty patterning.
The mosaic tile, meanwhile, comes in the 30x30 cm size and is available in all 5 colours of the collection.
See the gallery for photographs by Andrea Ferrari, for the stylistic project by architect Stefania Vasques: here, Powder is used as a floor and wall covering, its natural refinement telling of a home where elegant grey and anthracite are the dominant colour theme and the imperfection of the material is juxtaposed with furnishings, for an ideal combination.