Opus: Casalgrande Padana porcelain stoneware with an ancient soul

Casalgrande Padana
Opus: Casalgrande Padana porcelain stoneware with an ancient soul
Product Name
Opus: Casalgrande Padana porcelain stoneware with an ancient soul
Manufacturer
Casalgrande Padana
Tiles
Porcelain wall tiles
Tile flooring
Porcelain stoneware floor tiles
Material
Ceramic, Porcelain
Finishes
Coloured
Patterned
Configuration
Tile
Motif
Patterned

Cementine tiles are back in fashion in the diverse world of porcelain stoneware. With its subtle colour effects, sophisticated decorations and elegant geometric pattering, the Opus collection in cement-effect porcelain stoneware by Casalgrande Padana brings an old-time charm to any space in the home, creating an exciting and welcoming atmosphere.


Bring eternal charm into your home


Casalgrande Padana’s Cementine tiles are a great choice for a modern, versatile effect, suitable for flooring in any space, where they represent a fantastic alternative to carpet. They're also excellent as tiles in bathrooms and kitchens - and they can even be used as worktops. Quite simply, they’ll make your home a unique place to live out everyday life. 


Cementina Multicolor Beige


Cementine tiles work perfectly with retro, vintage furniture, with a worn finish that evokes memories of times gone by, yet they’re also suitable for the typically timeless Provencal pieces and even modern and contemporary styles.


Neutral tones, changing colours and decorative detailing make for sophisticated residential spaces, filling rooms with character and traditional influences and telling new stories through the eternal charm of unique decorations.


Let yourself be inspired by creativity and come and discover our multicolour cementine tiles in their many variants!


Cementine tiles in history


The name “Cementine” stems from the material used to make the tiles: Portland cement. This was very popular in the production of concrete during the industrial revolution, with craftspeople from all over the world using it.


In the early 1900s, the technical and aesthetic qualities of Cementine tiles saw them used for iconic flooring in contemporary architecture projects, especially in the big cities, where - as a result of widespread immigration - tall buildings began to be built. The tiles were also used to refurbish flooring in buildings that had been constructed in previous centuries.


As is so often the case, history has a knack of repeating itself. And sure enough, porcelain stoneware Cementine tiles are back in fashion, bringing a hit of style to our homes.


“We innovate with sensitivity and respect. Knowledge and technology alone are not enough.”


Casalgrande Padana’s Cementine tiles in porcelain stoneware are ecological material created using a carefully calibrated combination of just a few natural elements such as earth, fire, air and water.


Casalgrande Padana is passionate about producing the finest ceramic materials in a way that strikes the right balance between respecting natural resources, protecting the environment and ensuring technological progress, economic growth and social responsibility. Indeed, the company has always followed an environmental and energy policy with a strong focus on sustainability.


However, now that everybody is declaring themselves “green", Casalgrande Padana has decided to go one step further! Check out our environmental policy to find out more.

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