Connemarble Irish from Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti's MaxFine tile range

Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti launches five marble-effect surface tiles

Dezeen promotion: Italian brand Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti (FMG) has launched five marble-look tiles that are designed for covering interior surfaces and furnishings.

The tiles form part of FMG's MaxFine range of large-format porcelain stoneware that is designed for both commercial and domestic interiors.

Among the new designs are the Aosta Green Marble, Connemarble Irish and Verde Persia tiles, which each emulate a different type of natural green marble.

The final two styles, called Calacatta Grey and Statuario Delicato, offer a more classic, white-marble finish.

Aosta Green Marble from Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti's MaxFine tile range
Top image: a restaurant with Connemarble Irish tiles. Above: an Aosta Green Marble tile

"FMG, a leading producer of large high-end porcelain tiles, continues to pursue the great challenge of bringing ever-new and original material effects to the market by developing and printing the surfaces of large MaxFine tiles with the finest stones in nature," explained the company.

"The large tiles can be laid on floors, used as cladding for walls or applied as a dressing on structural elements and furnishings, creating customised and original solutions," it continued.

"A material so innovative that it breaks down the barriers between surfaces for architecture and furnishing."

Connemarble Irish from Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti's MaxFine tile range
Connemarble Irish tiles are decorated with clouds of brown and white lines

The new MaxFine tiles are manufactured in Italy and available in five different sizes, with either a square or rectangular format.

They can be used alone to cover an interior surface, or mixed and matched with different tiles from FMG's collections for a more decorative finish.

Verde Persia from Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti's MaxFine tile range
Verde Persia tiles offer a warm finish with sand-coloured hues

The first of the green tiles, Aosta Green Marble, is distinguished by its dark green background that is overlaid with white vein-like patterns that vary in thickness.

It pays homage to the green marble from the Aosta Valley in northwest Italy and, according to FMG, is best suited to workspaces, hotels, lounges, restaurants, spa and wellness centres.

Calacatta Grey from Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti's MaxFine tile range
Calacatta Grey tiles are characterised by thick grey veins

The Connemarble Irish tile takes its cues from marbles found in Ireland and is characterised by a lighter green backdrop, adorned with clouds of brown and meandering white lines.

Verde Persia, the final green marble-effect tile, is layered with veins that range from ivory hues to sandy tones, giving rise to a warmer finish.

Statuario Delicato from Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti's MaxFine tile range
Statuario Delicato offers a uniform white background

Of the white marble-effect tiles, Statuario Delicato is the lightest. Described by FMG as "crystalline", it has a uniform white background with long, curvy, ice-coloured lines.

Calacatta Grey has a darker finish, woven with bold and luminous grey veins that are intended to offer "all the charm of a strong, authoritative style of marble".

Aosta Green Marble from Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti's MaxFine tile range
A kitchen that teams Statuario Delicato with Aosta Green Marble

All of the new MaxFine tiles are resistant to abrasion and chemical agents, waterproof and bacteriostatic – meaning they prevent the growth of bacteria.

Each tile has a thickness of only six millimetres, including the largest tile that measures 300 centimetres by 150 centimetres.

Find out more about the MaxFine range at FMG's website.

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