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Ceramiche Piemme transforms stoneware into a magical forest on the walls

The striking decors of the Evoluta porcelain stoneware tile collection were inspired by creepers, intricate woods, and organic forms.

The Forest 3D wall texture was created by Ceramiche Piemme using innovative technology.  The resultant finish – a delicate crest-honing – makes it possible to create highly original wall coverings with an unprecedented three-dimensional look and tactile effect that perfectly brings to mind the  natural materials that provided the initial inspiration.  The resulting effect is one that has never been seen in the ceramic design sphere before.

Conceived and developed by the Modenese company, Synchro Digit Piemme technology allows two processes to be synchronised (hence the name): the structured surface of the tiles (raised vein patterns, ripples, and all the possible 3D and tactile effects) is created at the same time as the digital decoration; including marble-, stone- and wood-effects, etc.

Evoluta Forest is a 9.5mm thick fine porcelain stoneware manufactured with a through-coloured body mix.

The large slabs (600 by 1,200mm) can be laid in a virtually infinite number of ways, creating a unique decorative effect on walls in locations ranging from homes to contract settings, spas, and even large public spaces.

For floors, a colour combination with tiles from the Piemme Evoluta collection, in Beyond (below right) and Modern shades, is particularly recommended.

About Ceramiche Piemme
Established in Maranello, near Modena, Italy, in 1962, Ceramiche Piemme specialises in the production of ceramic floor and wall tiles.  The modern production plant in Solignano is equipped with heat-recovery kilns that produce over 7 million sq. metres of porcelain stoneware tiles every year.
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