BROOKLYN | Mosaic
Porcelain stoneware mosaic
Cosmopolitan and with a vintage taste, like the city from which it takes inspiration. This is Brooklyn, the new series developed by Fap Ceramiche of coverings in porcelain stoneware able to create contemporary and evocative, luminous and vibrant spaces.
It’s a collection with a strong reference to the past, able to provide a lived-in but at the same time extremely contemporary effect, thanks to the traditional 7. 5X30 cm size which evokes the walls of the old style underground stations, made modern with the irregular and shiny surface. It’s an unusual finish, with great aesthetic impact, enhanced by imprecise edges and by a palette of full and pastel colours: Carbon, Sky, Sand, Leaf, Fog, Snow, Flame, seven mineral tones that range from warm to cold, giving the coverings a decisive and unmistakable character. Brooklyn is a versatile solution, able to generate different geometries thanks to the possible laying solutions, and to fit in to different settings: from the dining room to the bathroom to the living room, covering the back of a kitchen, inside a shower or becoming a contrasting insert, combined with pre-existent finishings, to create a corner of relaxation or for reading. Brooklyn is a perfect background for freeing up the imagination, choosing sophisticated furnishings with an urban flavour and mixing them skilfully with complements of the past.
With its vibrant colours, Brooklyn, is able to create a metropolitan atmosphere not only in residential projects but also public and commercial ones, thanks to the resistance, ease of maintenance, sustainability and versatility of the ceramic material. The collection is, moreover, completed with special pieces to design spaces down to the smallest detail and interacts perfectly with floors in porcelain stoneware from other collections such as Docks and Bark.
2 mosaic solutions have been conceived for the Brooklyn line: “Mosaico Round” cm. 29. 5x32. 5, which is characterised by round tesserae for a soft and sophisticated effect and “Mosaico Brick”, which takes up the micro-bricks motive of the collection.