Metropolis tile collection by Casalgrande Padana

Metropolis tile collection by Casalgrande Padana

Dezeen Showroom: walls and floors with continuous surfaces that mimic concrete are created using the Metropolis tile collection by Italian brand Casalgrande Padana.

Available in eight shades of white, grey and beige, the Metropolis range of porcelain tiles is defined by lightly mottled surfaces based on the textural variation in concrete slabs.

Metropolis tile collection by Casalgrande Padana
The Metropolis tile collection can be used to create a near-seamless look

Perfectly square edges further mimic the appearance of concrete slabs, and the tiles can be laid with minimal joins to create a sense of visual continuity across spaces.

Casalgrande Padana points out that while concrete is primarily known as a building material, it has also become appreciated as a decorative surface finish – these tiles allow designers to extend the look of concrete not just across walls and floors but also on shelves, worktops and tables.

Metropolis tile collection by Casalgrande Padana
Tiles are made from ceramics but have a concrete-like appearance

The tiles are available in a versatile range of eight sizes and four thicknesses and come in both indoor and outdoor variations, with a natural finish on the indoor tiles and a non-slip surface for the outdoor tiles.

There is also the option of decorative tiles, featuring either a square or rectangular mosaic.

Product details:

Product: Metropolis
Brand: Casalgrande Padana
Contact: [email protected]

Material: porcelain stoneware
Colours/finishes: Almond, Graphite, Greige, Grey, Mud, Sand, Silver, White

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