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Installation of extra-thick porcelain stoneware on grass, gravel, sand and screed. Ideal for terraces, gardens, walkways or driveways
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A concrete effect ceramic wall covering comprising slimline large-size tiles.
New marble-look stoneware collection that reinterprets the finest marbles.
All-white slimline ceramic wall tiles in the large 40x120 size.
New wood effect tiles inspired by larch and oak.
A new stoneware in the small 7x28 size. An unusual terracotta-look for tasteful indoor and outdoor floor and wall coverings and pavings with a slightly traditional flavour.
New stoneware in the large 120x120 size, a concrete-look material ideal for the uniform flooring of large areas in both residential and commercial settings.
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