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Natura Maximum Technology and naturalness

Natura Maximum Technology and naturalness
By Editorial Staff -

The new collection from Fiandre Architectural Surfaces - Natura Maximum - follows in the footsteps of the other Maximum porcelain stoneware collections, with large shapes characterised by lightness and durability, while also being easy to lay. In the Maximum collections, Fiandre draws from nature to create porcelain tiles inspired by marble, stone and wood. In Natura Maximum, the focus is on wood effect tiles (240 x 24 cm and 6 mm thick) where cutting-edge manufacturing technologies are combined with natural textures and colours. The size of these tiles helps to re-create the lightness of wooden slats and produce an aesthetically very natural look. Natura Maximum can be used indoors or outdoors and comes in magnolia (Magnolia Maximum), chestnut (Castagno Maximum), ashen grey (Cenere Maximum), ash (Frassino Maximum) and bistre (Bistro Maximum) versions with a semi-matt finish. The manufacturing process is also very environmentally friendly, especially in terms of energy savings and the use of natural resources. Plus, the tiles offer a genuine alternative to using wood and the added bonus of the excellent performance of Fiandre’s technical porcelain stoneware tiles.


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