Metropolitan influences for the new Bricco porcelain stoneware collection.
Friday 18 November 2016
Bare brick look for indoor and outdoor floor and wall coverings and pavings.
Bricco is the new brick-effect porcelain stoneware collection in size 7x28 cm inspired bysagramatura, a traditional method for protecting walls, especially in Italy's Emilia region, consisting of a thin layer of protective plasterwork, which created a smooth, firm surface while still leaving the structure of the brickwork visible.
The collection's colour assortment comprises 6 neutral shades: Bianco, Avorio, Grigio, Fango, Cemento and Carbone. Subtle shade variations ranging from light to dark, opening the way to a wide choice of matches with other Marazzi collections, especially the wood-effect and concrete-effect materials. The darkest colours in the collection are ideal for a trendier, more contemporary version of the brick-effect.
The collection is completed by a special corner trim tile to create a seamless covering, for the most immaculate visual impression.
Bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchens and living rooms, not to mention public venues like bars and restaurants: the Bricco collection's versatility gives design scope for interiors to meet different needs and in various styles.
Explore the collection in the gallery.
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