Avorio, Bianco and Ghiaccio are variations on the theme of white, but each has its own identity and features differently designed veining – this is more accentuated in some cases, barely perceptible in others. Miele is a warmer colour, while the material is allowed to show all its presence in the deep Grigio Striato shade, with Quarzo returning to that unmistakable broken glass effect.
The glossy finish enhances the appearance of the surfaces, boost ing their shine
and creating a timelessly elegant feel, while the impressive properties of the
porcelain stoneware provide strength and longevity while ensuring the colour remains
unchanged. All of these characteristics are even more apparent in the Kontinua
series of large, thin tiles, which help to incorporate the beauty of natural materials
into manmade spaces.
The 6.5 mm thickness and extraordinary lightness of the tiles takes the concept
of a ceramic covering to new heights, allowing the gorgeous textures and special
finishes of the Onici collection to continue unbroken throughout the space.
The large format (up to 120x260 cm) means it is possible to achieve continuity
between different spaces and surfaces, while the modularity of the formats is a vital
tool for architects and interior designers, who can use the tiles to create integrated
solutions for floorings and coverings, technical applications, ventilated façades,
bespoke furniture, and worktops in any kind of space.
Like all Casalgrande Padana ceramic products, Onici is set to h elp define the spaces
of the future through research and memory, innovation and knowledge, technology
and recognition of the past.