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Atlas Concorde new porcelain collection is all about matching tiles
Arkshade, the new collection presented at Cersaie 2017, focuses on tone-on-tone shades and neutral and bright colours
Atlas Concorde’s new collection will transform and embellish your office (or home) interiors! Porcelain floor tiles and white body wall tiles from the Arkshade collection alternate neutral and bold nuances, geometric shapes and compact backgrounds, shiny and opaque effects. They offer chic and customisable decoration solutions. The collection is made of two sections. The first one is Porcelain Tiles: ideal for floors and available in five neutral colours, either matte or polished.
Neutral surfaces in porcelain meet bright blue. The style of the hall is characterised by an alternation of matte and polished finishes.
Matte surfaces (available in 120x120cm and 120x240cm) stand out for their refined microstructure. The shiny surfaces, instead, create a mirror-like effect, available in 30x60cm and 75x150cm.
Creativity and simplicity together in the bathroom project. The yellow 3D ceramic surfaces make the space look fresh and young.
The other section of the collection is Wall Tiles, clearly matching the porcelain floor tiles. The brand defines it “art in white body tiles”. Glazed wall tiles are lightened up by matte finishes and are available in twelve different colours that perfectly match the porcelain floor tiles. Impactful chromatic shapes create an interesting contrast with the neutral shades of the floor tiles. The 3D version is available in four models with different geometric shapes, playing with light and perspective.
The bathroom has a new look. The colour, illuminating the geometric decorations and the recesses, works perfectly with the accurately thought chromatic jumps.
Abstract 3D geometries create decorative designs in the heart of the restaurant. Bright colour notes, red and blue, embellish the decoration project.
Mosaic decorations are also available (in the two pictures above), either with bright nuances such as red and yellow or blue and green shades, or in the same neutral colours of the porcelain tiles. The matching of tiles is therefore always coherent, coordinated and elegant.
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