Dezeen promotion: Italian tile manufacturer Refin has launched its latest collection of porcelain tiles in London and Bologna.
Of the four designs in the collection, two reference geometric circular patterns of the interwar period and 1960s.
The other two have been adapted from traditional floral motifs found in the Emilia region of Italy during the late eighteenth century.
The square tiles measure 60 by 60 centimetres and can be fitted in either commercial or retail interiors. For more further details about the products visit the Refin website.
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Frame-Up: a new porcelain tile collection from Refin
Italian porcelain tile manufacturer Refin has just launched its latest collections at 100% Design, London, and Cersaie, Bologna. Amongst the new ranges is Frame-Up, the latest collaboration between DesignTaleStudio, the company's design, production and experimental laboratory, and Studio FM Milano.
Frame-Up is an evolution of the Frame collection, a huge success for the brand and winner of a European Design Award 2013.
The Frame-Up collection comprises four new decorative designs: two geometric patterns inspired by the artistic avant-garde circles of the period between the two world wars and the early Sixties - Vanguard Circle and Vanguard Square – and two reminiscent of the sinuous graphic patterns found in majolica tiles from the Emilia region of Italy around the late 18th century - Emilia Flower and Emilia Tradition.
The fragmentation and deconstruction of the designs transform historical research into a new contemporary graphic language, creating a highly original, elegant product. Both designs can be used in a variety of ways to create either a regular, modular pattern, or a contemporary patchwork effect which is achieved by mixing pattern scales randomly.
Frame-Up is available in porcelain stoneware tiles measuring 60 by 60 centimetres, and represents a powerful creative tool for architects and interior designers aiming to innovate and enhance commercial projects, public areas and private residences.
For more information, contact UK specification consultant Massimo Sferrazza by telephone on 020 3603 1884 or 07503 778938, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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