Recycled tiles

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Green Colors is in glazed porcelain stoneware, entirely Made in Italy,...


Sheets of Rock Solid agglomerate consist of recycled granules of quartz and granite, of different particle sizes, bonded together with a minimum amount of polyester resin. For some colours, fragments of mirror or mother-of-pearl are incorporated also, to enhance the surface...

In addition to the diamond-polished agglomerate collections, there are also four matt-finished surfaces, in shades of ecru, beige, anthracite and grey, offering different decorative solutions for interiors and exteriors.

The colours...


Made in Italy, Venezia Terrazzo follows the traditions first developed...


Quartz colors is a coloured quartz-resin agglomerate with an irregular spattering of glass
The surface offers a waved effect, the fragments of glass emerging from the lower level of
the resin, and this feature renders Quartz Colors fascinating from an aesthetic point of view
and considerably enhances its practical use as flooring...

Glass colours is an agglomerate of glass fragments and coloured resin.
The surface is treated with a waterproof wax coating that protects the material against stains
and allows easy maintenance.
The level of liquid absorption is zero. If the surface comes into contact with strongly-coloured
or acid substances such as coffee,...


How to choose this product


Recycled tile may be favored for its low environmental impact. It is used to cover interior or exterior floors and walls, and is available in a variety of patterns, colors and sizes. On ArchiExpo, this item is organized by such properties as use (e.g., floor) or material (e.g., rubber).


These tiles are employed in public, commercial and/or domestic environments. They may be used in bathrooms, kitchens, living rooms, public spaces, sports centers and even commercial spaces.


Recycled tiles may be made from a wide range of materials, including ceramic, glass, acrylic, rubber and stone.

How to choose

Consider the percentage of recycled materials used, suitability for intended use and compliance with applicable building codes. For example, floor tiles for sports arenas may need to withstand chemicals, impacts and scratching.
Other factors include required quantity and ease of finding matching replacement tiles in case of damage. The finish may be less uniform than on non-recycled products.

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