Treverkmade: the beauty of the marks left by time.
Friday 20 May 2016
The new salvaged wood-look stoneware for indoor and outdoor use.
The old planks of wood from the casks in which liqueurs were aged are the source of inspiration for the Treverkmade salvaged wood-look stoneware collection. Prolonged contact with the liqueur gave the wood a unique colour and very original, rich patterning, which is accurately reproduced in 4 warm colour shades: Cream, Caramel, Cognac and Fumè. The slabs' richness of colour and patterning provides vast compositional potential, extending the scope for the design of floor and wall coverings.
For indoor use, Treverkmade is available in the 15x90 cm and 7x28 cm sizes. The latter small size, unusual for wood-look stoneware, also allows the creation of original wall covering compositions. This product is intended for use in residential and commercialcontexts such as living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, shops, boutique hotels and offices.
Treverkmade20outdoor, in the large40x120cm size and 2 cm thick, in the Caramel, Cognac and Fumè colours, allows outdoor areas, even for the most heavy-duty uses, to be designed in seamless continuity of appearance with interiors. The thickness of 20 mm assures outstanding resistance to loads and stresses, making Treverkmade20 the perfect solution for residential and public outdoor areas. What's more, the many laying options for 20 mm stoneware - dry on grass, sand and gravel, as a raised paving and glued on screed - allow any type of surface to be covered.
Treverkmade is manufactured with green technologies in line with the latest trends towards environmental protection and sustainable reuse.
In the gallery, Treverkmade is combined with the Terramix terracotta-look collection and ADI Ceramics Design Award winnerMaterikato decorate a coffee bar and a bathroom with a unique, individual style.
Treverkmade20 is used as a path and to pave the garden of a relaxing bed&breakfast.
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