This year’s Natural Stone Show will be joined at ExCeL, London, by a new sister show: Hard Surfaces. From 30th April to 2nd May 2019, buyers will be presented with a powerful line up of ceramic, porcelain, conglomerate, ultra compact, and natural stone surface solutions, making this a must-visit event for retailers, distributors, contractors, and specifiers alike.
Wednesday 1st May 2019 will see a series of talks organised and Chaired by Tile & Stone Journal’s Editor, Joe Simpson. These sessions are free to attend and will take place in South Gallery Room 6, accessed from the back of the Hard Surfaces Show. Guarantee your seat at: https://eventdata.uk/Forms/Form.aspx?FormRef=HSS49Visitor&TrackingCode=HS
Exhibitors will include Keope. Chorus by Ceramiche Keope is the new collection of porcelain stoneware floors and walls with a Nordic appeal, a perfect blend of harmonious and discreet tones with the all the eternal charm of limestone for an unconventional style. The alternation and combination of dots, veins and streaks create surprising graphic variations that make the reference material recognisable and give an unmistakable appearance to the collection.
Chorus is a collection with a multifaceted spirit and with a great technical performance, ideal for interior and exterior projects of both a residential and public nature. The crystalline components and the coloured grains in the tile body offer a matchless chromatic depth that can make the same surface different every time you look at it.
Chorus is developed in eight sizes - square and rectangular - ranging from the 1,200 by 1,200mm slab to the finesse of the 97 by 600mm strip and in five delicate colour blends - Beige, Grey, Silver, Tobacco, White - that give a new rhythm to the walls and floors. The thickness of 20mm makes it possible to embellish the external spaces with the same solidity that the stones offer. More at: https://www.keope.com
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