Porcelain stoneware wall/floor tiles with marble effect
The use of marble in architecture and in sculptures has very ancient origins: its materiality, and its veins, so different and unique, always arouse an incomparable charm.
In line with the ability to capture market trends, Ceramica Sant’Agostino is approaching again this stone with the collection Marmocrea. The company is in fact able to reproduce the strength of metamorphic marble using porcelain as its tool.
The choice of large sizes, emphasized by the rectified edges for seamless flooring continuity, shows the details of the original nature of marble. The beauty of the collection is also enriched with mosaics, available in three versions (hexagonal, square and plot-effect), and the refined decor Palazzo Antique, designed by Alessandro La Spada.
The special soft effect and shiny finish (Krystal) enhance the naturalness and elegance of the surfaces making them perfect for any architectural context.