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APPIANI LIBRA
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LIB201M
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THE STORY
Attentive study of detail gives rise to Libra mosaic tile collection, in which juxtapositions, contrasts and harmonies are born out of an unusual, almost masked use of irregular geometries. Modules are randomly combined to create effects of light and shadow. Colour variables open up a range of possibilities, from the timeless taste of neutral hues to today’s metallic sheens.
MATERIAL
Porcelain
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Italy
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)300 × (W)300 mm
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