WOOD-STOCK is the latest addition to Skheme’s porcelain slabs series.
March 9th, 2014
The 5.5mm thickness, with its new performance specifications and surprising finishes, allows for new applications and usages, including heavy-traffic areas.
On walls and floors, the extra large panels allow for several dynamic laying solutions that create pleasant settings in public spaces and more intimate atmospheres in residential areas.
With the aesthetics and warmth of wood, the functionality of this tile guarantees long-lasting results. These unique slabs come in a variety of sizes, up to three meters long.
The decorative counterpart to WOOD-STOCK is the TYPE-32 which has a range of graphic patterns.
Designed by Diego Grandi, TYPE-32 uses four colours from the WOOD-STOCK series. Each colour comes in four different graphics with a choice of warm or cold shades. This allows for multiple combinations of graphic elements to create a unique and dynamic look.
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