All three Decor range designs feature the same four types of marble – bright white Calacatta Meraviglia and Calacatta Bernini, grey Silver Majestic and dark Black Origin.
The brand worked with Zaha Hadid Architects (ZHA) on the first pattern – named Diamond Decor – which comprises a series of small, intricately shaped geometric tiles laid in a complex sequence reminiscent of the facets of a cut diamond.
"The collaboration with Atlas Concorde led to a project in which ZHA blends a classic mosaic with a disruptive element," said Paolo Zilli, associate director of ZHA. "Like an inclusion in a diamond, the insertion of a foreign body into a crystalline structure lends an unexpected dynamism to the strict repetition of the rigid geometric structure."
Two further patterns are also available – Hexagon Mosaic revolves around the central shape of a hexagon and can be combined with the Diamond pattern to create a more complex arrangement, while Grid Mosaic has a composition dominated by staggered vertical lines.
The tiles come in a selection of surface finishes, including textural Hammered, a finish that recalls traditional marble processing methods, and Velvetech, which gives the tiles a soft, velvety texture.
Diamond Decor is copyright of Zaha Hadid Limited 2023, and is manufactured by Ceramiche Atlas Concorde under license from Zaha Hadid Limited.
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