Terrazzo

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A graphic reinterpretation of terrazzo flooring, to experiment with new approaches to planning and design. Created in the 15th century in Venice as a way of re-using marble, granite and quartz chips, mixed together with cement to form a single compound reminiscent of an uneven mosaic, it was often used both for its durability and its ability to create a “design”. The porcelain stoneware flooring can vary from fine to medium grain. The series is suitable for a variety of important architectural settings, both period and modern, offering novel, stimulating perspectives.

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Manufacturer

COEM


Slip Rating

R10Suitable for 10° to 19° slopes

Size (in mm)

Maxi Stones Natural Unpolished:

  • 600 x 1200mm
  • 600 x 600mm
  • 300 x 600mm
  • 300 x 300mm

Mini Stones Natural Unpolished:

  • 600 x 1200mm
  • 600 x 600mm
  • 300 x 300mm

Mini Stones Semi-polished:

  • 600 x 1200mm
  • 600 x 600mm
  • 300 x 300mm

Carre Decor:

  • 600 x 600mm

Tesserre Semi-polished:

  • 600 x 600mm

 

 

 


Colours

  • Caolino Maxi
  • Caolino Mini
  • Calce Maxi
  • Calce Mini
  • Beton Maxi
  • Beton Mini
  • Bucchero Maxi
  • Bucchero Mini

Finishes

  • Lapato & Honed
  • Natural
  • Polished

Special Pieces

Special feature tiles available, refer to downloadable range spec sheet for full list and sizes.