AZTECA Tiling.

AZTECA Tiling.

📅28 Agosto 2018, 14:41

The Spanish Company dedicated to the commercialization of tiling for the residential sector, and the manufacture of ceramic products; all of which, along with its range of services, work to meet the needs of customers and intermediaries.

A wide range of innovative products that can satisfy any tastes and needs of a global and demanding market in terms of color, finish, size and style.

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Marble is always resplendent especially when it comes in white tones. Tones giving a sensation of peace and relax. The DA VINCI Collection, designed to transmit a level of luxury to a material so noble as marble, and with the characteristic durability has four porcelain formats, 45×90, 22.3×90, 60×60 and 30×60, all lapatto and rectified.
Its design highlights veins in neutral grey tones on a very clean white background to achieve the depth of the Calacatta stones. A timeless ceramic material, reminding the classic marble, for contemporary interior architectural designs. Da Vinci is a collection created to provide naturalness and beauty to any surroundings.

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The versatility of this Collection has turned it into a winning formula within the Azteca range. Able to meet any market need, it includes new 30×60 porcelain format in natural C1 and C3 finish.  With an enormous range of formats, finishes and colors.

Azteca tiling
After the success of the Ground collection, a new concept in lacquered stone, has been added to with the 80×80 format (lapatto and rectified), in colors Snow and Grey.
The lapatto finish offers luminosity in the Ground Collection pieces, an ideal choice for tiling any environment. Suitable option for elevated transit surfaces such as shops or shopping centres, which need to combine elegance and discreetness as well as being hard wearing.
Combining the Ground Collection with other options in the Azteca range for unique results. The Texstyle series for example, will powerful mix of finishes and textures, as well as an infinity of possibilities in relation to formats.

by AN shopfitting magazine no.146 ©


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