Casalgrande Padana introduces new series to Pietre Native line.
August 11th, 2009
Nature meets contemporary creativity in the innovative Basaltina series of tiles. The series is the newest addition to the Casalgrande Padana’s Pietre Native line.
The Basaltina series has drawn inspiration from leading-edge research into new textural and designer effects, creating tiles that are not only visually appealing but also the highest quality.
Groundbreaking technology applied to vitrified porcelain stoneware gives the tiles the quality and appearance of natural stone.
The tiles add a natural atmosphere with modern overtones to any home, office, or public area and can be used for floors and walls alike.
The Basaltina series offers six different colours and three different formats (30×30, 45×45, 30×60 cm), all made from quality materials that are highly resistant to chemical and physical stress – making the tiles very easy to clean.
Their versatility makes the new tiles suitable for both indoor and outdoor areas. They are available with mat or lapped surface texture.
Classic Tiles is the exclusive distributor of Casalgrande Padana in NSW and the ACT. More information about the Basaltina series can be found at casalgrandepadana.it
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