At Cersaie 2017 Atlas Concorde presented new floor and wall collections in a concept area dedicated to contemporary hospitality. There were numerous national and international visitors to the booth, including architects, interior designers, and industry professionals experiencing a journey through spaces designed for comfort, design, and originality.
The exhibition area put a spotlight on Atlas Concorde surfaces, a symbol of the perfect blend of esthetic refinement and superior technical performance. Among these, the public was able to admire Kone, a porcelain tile inspired by limestone, ideal for designing minimalist and authentic spaces. Countering Kone’s earthy character was the balanced elegance of Nid, a collection of surfaces inspired by natural oak for warm and genuine atmospheres. Also on display was Arkshade, contemporary design floor and wall tiles sparking visitors’ imaginations with its rich palette combining neutral tones with bold color accents.
Ample space was also dedicated to the scenic 3D Wall Design walls tiles in its new and current shapes, and to Mek, a concrete-look porcelain tile embellished with metallic streaks. Cersaie 2017 also saw the presentation of the new Atlas Plan brand: 162×324 cm thick slabs having a thickness of 12 mm for covering tables, washbasins, kitchen counters, backsplashes and to furnish environments of any kind, expanding the options for coordinated designs.
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