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CERAMICHE MARINER MAINSTONE
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CERAMICHE MARINER | MAINSTONE
Mainstone Greige
COLOURS & STYLES
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THE STORY
Elegance and style are something innate… a spontaneous quite and intimate encounter with primary stone to be able to reinterpret the small daily gestures as valuable opportunities for well -being and pleasure.
MATERIAL
Glazed Porcelain Tile
APPLICATION
Floor
Wall
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Italy
VARIATION
Shade and Veins Variation (V3)
AVAILABLE DIMENSIONS
(L)600 × (W)300 mm
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A magical journey into the fascinating Japanese culture, marked by harmony, dimensions that mute as time goes by. A culture characterized by many contradictions that identify the uniqueness and elegance. Balance between fast-paced innovation and traditions. In Japan, arts, traditions and rituals coexist harmoniously with technology, progress together with the speed in which it all happens. Knowledge is the key word that has marked the creation of this series. Ours was a love at first sight. From the vision of a house in the countryside near Kyoto, externally coated with burnt wood led to a charming and engaging emotion then fueled by the discovery:
Yaki or Shou Sugi Sugi Ban is an ancient Japanese technique, which consists in the carbonization of wood planks, making them waterproof and fireproof, still used in modern architecture.
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