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CERAMICA VIVA DOTCOM
'Dotcom Dark Rt
 
 
CERAMICA VIVA | DOTCOM
Dotcom Dark Rt
COLOURS & STYLES
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THE STORY
Dotcom is a limestone effect tile collection with a sandy consistency.‎ Highlighting the sedimented pebbles which are its most distinctive feature, the collection’s surfaces are attractively varied in patterning and shade.‎ For interiors that combine natural elegance and character.‎
MATERIAL
Glazed Porcelain Tile
APPLICATION
Floor
Wall
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Italy
VARIATION
Shade and Veins Variation (V3)
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)900 × (W)450 mm
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3 Surface Finishes:
Natural - Opaque and with a tactile quality, this surface has a slightly burnished look that makes it soft and inviting. Particular care in the selection of high quality raw materials creates a surface with delicate coloured effects and with the extraordinary illusion of depth.

Honed - Particularly smooth and pleasant to touch. A set of diamond discs, which range from the coarsest to the finest, exert a vigorous lapping action on the surface of the tile to make the honed finish particularly smooth and pleasant to touch and to offer a characteristic demi-gloss appearance.

Blazed - This surface has been faithfully created using molds from natural stones and can only be performed on certain types of stone. It consists of singeing the surface of the stone with a flame jet and then plunging the stone into water to obtain immediate cooling. The abrupt temperature change makes the stone expand and the result is a typically rough texture.