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Indoor tile ES.HESSE
wallfloorporcelain stoneware

indoor tile
indoor tile
indoor tile
indoor tile
indoor tile
indoor tile
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Characteristics

Location
indoor
Installation
wall, floor
Material
porcelain stoneware
Dimensions
75x150 cm
Motif
plain
Finish
matte
Appearance
concrete look
Color
gray, white, sand
Technical characteristics
non-slip, frost-resistant

Description

ES. HESSE, PASSIONATE ABOUT CEMENT. There is no doubt that cement has become one of the hallmarks of 21st century design and today remains firmly positioned as the most eyecatching, resistant and hardwearing option, guaranteeing its status as a favourite with decorators and interior designers everywhere. Large format ceramic tiles in tones in line with the Brutalist Style trend are therefore the main ingredients for Es. Hesse, one of our star tiles for this latest edition. This large format 75x150 cm model reflects all the restrained minimalism of cement, combined with a choice of colours (Ash, Gris, Sand and Tortora) that are the perfect complement to the aesthetic effect sought in minimalist, industrial and contemporary settings. The numerous technical advantages of cement effect ceramic tiles and their outstanding aesthetic options when used on worktops, or on walls and floors in high traffic spaces makes Es. Hesse a series that lends character and personality to any space. Furthermore, the large format irresistibly draws the eye, as the fewer number of joints provides visual continuity and the sensation of being in a large space. When it comes to mixing and matching, this series is perfect for using with marble for a more contemporary look.

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