Palatino tiles by Gayafores

Dezeen Showroom: knowledgeable by the temples on Palatine Hill in Historical Rome, Spanish model Gayafores has created the Palatino marble-look porcelain tiles.

The Palatino tiles are primarily based on the looks of travertine marble, which options striated layers of sediment and is a traditional flooring and cladding materials.

The Palatino tiles are primarily based on travertine marble

Gayafores describes the tiles — which can be found in three shades of beige and gray — as having “an trustworthy, balanced and timeless design”.

“Palatino provides a floor wealthy in each visible and tactile element, with a micro-texture achieved via superior digital expertise,” mentioned Gayafores contract operations supervisor Ramón Piñón.

Palatino tiles by Gayafores
The floor incorporates a striated sample

Appropriate for each partitions and flooring, the tiles are available 4 sizes ranging as much as 60 by 120 centimetres. A mosaic model and an embossed deco model are additionally out there.

Gayafores is a part of Tile of Spain, an affiliation of greater than 100 tile producers.

Product: Palatino
Model: Gayafores
Contact: [email protected]

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