Original graphics disrupt neutral tones

Original graphics disrupt neutral tones

September 2019

Tempera, a new range from Ragno, is distinguished by the combination of neutral tones and bright colours.  The outcome is a wide range of surfaces that can create a warm, vibrant atmosphere in both residential and commercial locations.

The rectified 300 by 900mm format tiles are available in six colours, two three-dimensional structures, bright decors, and mosaics in shades that match the plain tiles, ensuring maximum compositional versatility.

Available in all colour variants, the Trape structure pays tribute to the Japanese art of origami.  Tempera features alternating warm and cold tones, irregular geometric shapes, and full backgrounds.  Time is a contemporary interpretation of reclaimed cement paste tiles. 

Tape (pictured) offers a lively sequence of thicknesses and colours.  Finally a 300 by 300mm mosaic, available in all of the colour variants, adds further design options.
W: https://www.ragno.co.uk/

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