Stone effects, majolica tiles and strokes for the new products by Piemme

Ceramiche Piemme is presenting four new collections at Cersaie 2018. Stone Concept and Freedom recreate stone natural effects for residential and contract environments; the tiles and slabs Shades, signed by the designer Gordon Guillaumier, reproduce brushstrokes and veils creating artistic flooring and surfaces. Majestic, a new 2018 product of the brand by Valentino by Ceramiche Piemme, is inspired by some of the finest marbles, all Italian.

Stone Concept employs the white Burgundy typical of French medieval courtyards along the Loire (France). This is a chalky sedimentary rock with light and varied veins.

The shades vary from white, beige and gray. The Stone Concept tiles are designed for residential, public and commercial environments, to create internally and externally coordinated environments, as well as to enhance walls with three-dimensional surfaces. There are 4 formats and 2 decorations, in line with the recovery of ancient surfaces and layouts.

Thanks to the innovative digital decoration technology, the tiles of the collection Freedom recreate the natural effects of Hauteville stone, used all over the world for its extraordinary compactness. Just think about the lining of the facade of the Empire State Building and the base of the Statue of Liberty (hence the name of the line). The large differences in shades of this rock have inspired the researchers of Ceramiche Piemme, who present it in 3 formats in lighter shades (from white to beige) and in darker ones (from hazel to gray). Freedom tiles can be used for interior and exterior cladding and flooring too.

For the collection Shades, the designer Gordon Guillaumier drew his inspiration from the classic hand-decorated majolica. The tiles realistically resembles the delicate and imperfect designer's brushstroke; overlapping colors create exceptional shades that match the 5 basic cement effect tones.

Discover the collection Shades by Gordon Guillaumier

Created by the research laboratory Valentino by Ceramiche Piemme, Majestic is inspired by some of the finest marbles such as Carrara, Grigio Verona, Nero Levanto, Onyx, Nero Marquinia and Bianco Arabescato. There are six tones with more than 150 different graphics designed to simulate the heterogeneity of natural materials and create surfaces identical to marble ones. Decorations and mosaics complete the collection, thus coordinating the decors in all environments.