Change the way you perceive reality with textured tiles from Porcelanosa.
March 11th, 2011
Porcelanosa Group is exploring proportion and form with its new range of tiles.
Porcelanosa and Venis have produced a range of dimensional wall tiles to enhance projects inside and out.
Products such as Cubica, Qatar and London can be used on internal walls in any room to form a striking backdrop, creating fluid motion and arresting angles.
Outdoor spaces are transformed by their cladding counterparts, Cubica and Dunas. When used in conjunction with Porcelanosa Group’s façade system, these large format tiles not only transform the visual impact of external walls but also add to the ecological value of a building with their ventilating properties.
The full range of dimensional tiles, in a range of sizes and colours, is available through Earp Bros.
Wall tiles take on new meaning in the third dimension. Discover textured tiles today.
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