A simple motif with a unique style: Intrecci
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With the Intrecci collection, Marazzi offers a contemporary reworking of the 17thC decorative tradition with all the properties of high-tech wood-effect porcelain stoneware. The new surfaces are available in the warm Castagna, Miele and Nocciola shades and in two sizes - 120x120 cm and 20x120 cm -, with a versatility enabling infinite mix & match solutions in combination with the Marazzi Concrete, Marble and Stone Look collections.
The word parquet derives from marquetry or parquetry, the art of inlay found in fine antique furniture. In the 17thC, craftsmen used to construct the individual panels that were to make up the floor covering in their workshops, before installing them in the building under construction. Many decorative patterns were used, but the weave motif, derived from an installation method typical of medieval art, was particularly popular.
Inspiration drawn from the most exquisite decoration of the past combines with the production know-how of a contemporary material with incredible technical properties to create the Intrecci wood-effect stoneware collection.
The Versailles coffered motif, produced in the large 120x120 cm size, is offered alongside with the 20x120 cm plank tile, to reconcile the timeless beauty of parquet with the versatility and variety typical of architecture today.
Available in three natural colours, Miele, Castagna and Nocciola, with rich shade variations, Intrecci is manufactured using the Premium 3D Ink technology, a state-of-the-art system that combines optical recognition with high-precision printing to give surfaces volume and evoke the inspiration material with surprising visual and tactile realism.
As well as stoneware’s well-known plus factors - durability, hygiene and strength - this collection offers a high anti-slip coefficient, making this surface an excellent solution even for commercial premises and the hotel sector.
Like many other Marazzi products, the Intrecci is manufactured to high sustainability and environmental protection standards.
Over many years of technological research and development, Marazzi has helped to make the manufacture of ceramic coverings a closed-cycle operation, limiting consumption of natural resources and reducing environmental impact.