Porcelain stoneware flooring
A graphic reinterpretation of terrazzo flooring, to experiment with new approaches to planning and design.
Created in the 15th century in Venice as a way of re-using marble, granite and quartz chips, mixed together with cement to form a single compound reminiscent of an uneven mosaic, it was often used both for its durability and its ability to create a “design”. The porcelain stoneware flooring can vary from fine to medium grain. The series is suitable for a variety of important architectural settings, both period and modern, offering novel, stimulating perspectives.