Ceramiche Piemme takes its B&W cue  from iconic Beatles album Abbey Road

Ceramiche Piemme takes its B&W cue from iconic Beatles album Abbey Road

January 2019

In the latest collection of stoneware tiles and slabs Valentino by Ceramiche Piemme, Abbey Road takes its cue from the iconic photograph of The Beatles on a zebra crossing, immortalized in the namesake album referencing the London street.  

Quite apart from the musical tribute, the geometric alternation of black and white marble creates a strong-impact optical effect to convey personality and strength to the walls.

The 600 by 1,200mm slabs also provide different installation combinations thanks to two versions which reverse the alternation of black and white.

Combined with Majestic tile floors - in the Apuanian White and Royal Nero finishes - Abbey Road wall tiles and slabs make it possible to design refined and modern environments, even in public buildings.
Designed by Valentino by Ceramiche Piemme researchers, the Majestic collection is inspired by the textures of marbles such as Carrara, Grigio Verona, Nero Levanto, Onice, Nero Marquinia and Bianco Arabescato.

Large tiles and slabs interpret the veins of marble in eight shades with over 150 different graphics to simulate the heterogeneity of the natural materials.  The numerous sizes and finishes can be combined with decorations, mosaics and wall tiles in extra-fine white body.

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