Ragno and its 5 new stoneware collections for contemporary interiors

At Cersaie 2019, the year in which it turns 70, the ceramic brand Ragno presents its new collections of porcelain stoneware surfaces, designed to characterize every type of context (residential or commercial) and environment (from bathroom to living room).

Contrasti is available in 6 dusty colors, four neutral – white, gray, beige and anthracite – and two more intense and deep – celadon, a beautiful interpretation of green, and teal. For the same nuance, multiple graphic movements give the stoneware tiles a typical “urban” flavor.

Ironstone uses stoneware to interpret the iridescent graphics of metals and meets the widespread tendency in interior design to use materials with a distinctive character for floors and coverings. The collection is presented in silver and cast iron, a darker shade, for a single natural surface with rectified formats 75x150 cm, 75x75 cm, 60x60 cm, 30x60 cm.

Realstone_Navigli is inspired by the Aggloceppo, a cement-based agglomerate produced by crushing materials, which comes from Ceppo di Grè quarries mixed with Portland cement and water. The result is a product characterized by a relatively fine grain, chromatically contaminated by the different nature of the mixed materials: its aesthetic is close to the family of terraces, recently rediscovered and appreciated in architecture. Navigli is made in two colors: gray and natural and 4 rectified sizes: 75x150 cm, 75x75 cm, 60x60 cm and 30x60 cm on a natural surface. The 75x75 cm and 30x60 formats are also developed on a structured surface (R11) for the most demanding uses. Navigli is in two colors (gray and natural) and 4 rectified sizes (75x150 cm, 75x75 cm, 60x60 cm and 30x60 cm) on natural surface. The 75x75 cm and 30x60 formats are also available on structured surface (R11) for the most demanding uses.

Resina is the new ceramic coating 40x120 cm with a thin thickness (6 mm) that meets the new trends based on the use of resin for interiors. The sophisticated palette colors the “silky” surface with decorations and three-dimensional structures.

Woodense is the new wood-effect proposal based on beams and reclaimed antique wood boards. The surface design is the result of a latest generation digital technology that starts with high-resolution graphics scans. This new wood-effect stoneware is available in 4 extremely natural colors: 2 warm (beige and brown) and two cold (ivory and gray). All colors are developed in three different formats on a natural surface: 25x150 cm; 19x150 cm and the traditional 20x120 cm.