A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

Higge Mood for Terratinta Ceramiche collection

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A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect
14/09/2018 - 'Kos' in Norwegian. 'Hygge' in Danish. 'Mys' in Swedish. These are all words meaning pretty much the same thing. Mostly translated as 'feeling of comfort' or 'cosiness', they come with a deeper meaning, with roots set deep down within human soul: Kos (like Hygge, and Mys) it’s an elevate state of happiness, it’s about feeling safe and content, it’s embracing and enjoying togetherness.
 
Inspired by this concept, the italian company Terratinta Ceramiche presents at the next edition of Cersaie the new Kos collection.
This collection reinforced the idea of design, made of simplicity, timeless beauty, aesthetics, never giving up on quality and latest technologies available.

A new interpretation within concrete look, minimalist and contemporary, with a new material that offers high-level performances and a style that ranges from architecture to interior design.
 
Kos collection comes in 5 colors, with cooler and warmer shades of gray and several sizes, from the small ones to the bigger ones, with full continuity with 'terratinta style'.


Terratinta Group on ARCHIPRODUCTSA new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

A new interpretation of minimalist concrete effect

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