Porcelain stoneware wall/floor tiles with metal effect
A new project, apparently with two different starting points, is taking shape.
Steel, a material that has gone from being considered a product typically used only in industrial contexts, to one that represents a new design solution in both residential and commercial contexts.
Fashionable in the '80s, interior decoration and wallpaper in general have made a strong come-back with characterful solutions.
Metallo is so eclectic because, although steel and wallpaper are seemingly very different materials, it harmonizes them, fusing them together in a new creative synthesis.
Steel is no longer a mere reproduction of this common material, but is reinterpreted with the prestigious colour options of silver, gold and bronze.
This imaginative experimentation is completed by uniting the textures typical of wallpaper to the metal surfaces, and using the same colours to create previously unseen interior surfaces of great character and originality.
Metallo is on the market in an innovative 90x180 cm format, as well as 90x90 cm for completeness, for both flooring and cladding solutions, versatile in use and taste.
This year, LaFaenza finds its highest aspiration in 'precious living', setting a goal to develop prestigious projects that can communicate with each other, while maintaining distinct identities and stylistic features; with its eclectic range, Metallo falls perfectly within this conceptual and aesthetic philosophy, while linking with the other two projects, Bianco and Legno, with great synergy.
Metallo By LaFaenza.
Full-body coloured porcelain stoneware.
Formats: 90x180 cm, 90x90 cm.
Colours: silver, gold, bronze