Arcana Unveils Komi, A Wood-Look Fusion Tile Collection
From Arcana Ceramica is Komi, a porcelain tile series composed of three different designs
Made in the 80×80 cm rectified format and available in Crema (Cream) and Miel (Honey) colors, Komi features porcelain wood with radial designs that generate a powerful visual effect to the surface and character within the space.
The Nepli-R porcelain tile is a decorated piece with undeniable current design tendencies. Its fragmented design and its rectified 80×80 cm format create continuous surfaces full of creative identity. Nepli-R is available in two colors – Cream and Honey. Its warm tones and natural finish reinforce the feeling of well-being within the space and works to combine with furniture of noble materials. Next, the Nalati-R model, also available in Cream and Honey, features thin wooden slats that provide a cozy, urban touch to the ambience.
The Berbak-R porcelain tile is inspired by the latticework patterns of neo-classical decoration. Wood is the main theme, with its natural, elegant touch. In the same vein, the Negara-R model presents a sophisticated style of classic design, which bring its geometric roots to life. With a purely decorative character, the Mossy-R porcelain tile presents clean, symmetrical lines to create refined spaces, without losing the warmth that ceramic Wood offers.
The Murlen-R model (in beige and cream tones) recreates the personality of the Komi design in a smaller 20x20cm format. Its radial design is inspired by the art of hand-crafted wood and adds movement to surfaces.
The Nokrek-R porcelain tile creates a curious, three-dimensional pattern which harmoniously combines the simple elegance of stone with the naturalness of wood.
The Eranan-R porcelain tile is a patchwork design comprising different geometrically inspired decors which randomly combine brushstrokes of wood and cement. The result, projects with a strong emphasis on a natural feel.
Finally, the Maolan-R porcelain tile, (available in Beige, grey and Anthracite tones) is a patchwork design combining the understated elegance of Elburg stone with the natural qualities of wood. Small sparks of vitality which are reflected on to surfaces.
Elburg is the base of the Northern Stone collection, an exquisite ceramic stone with neutral features and timeless nature. Available in three shades (gray, beige, and anthracite), it is produced in a range of formats (29.3×59.3 cm, 30×60 cm, 59.3×59.3 cm, 60×60 cm, 80×80 cm and 60×120 cm) with a non-slip finish
The Ribe porcelain tile stands out for its bold and casual personality. Available in three colors (gray, beige, and anthracite), it is a design full of originality that evokes a unique terrazzo effect. It is made in the 80×80 cm format and in the matte and SPR (rectified semi-polished) finishes.
The series is complemented with the Zancle porcelain tile mosaic, composed of different pieces in hexagonal format and available in the three shades of the series: Beige, Gray and Anthracite.
The Gades wall tile series conveys sobriety and serenity of stone with a minimalist aesthetic that conforms to the latest design trends. The series is composed of a stone effect tile whose appeal lies in the subtlety of its graphics and its discreet and timeless character. Available in rectified 32×99 cm format and in three colors: gray, beige and anthracite.
The Zadar decorated wall tile is a design with powerful personality marked by the contrasts of materials and its pattern of different intensities. It is also made in the rectified 32×99 cm format and in three colors: gray, beige and anthracite. The series also includes the Taroko-R wall tile, a decorated piece with a creative design of natural inspiration, where wood and stone come together to give movement to the surfaces. This design is available in Cream, Gray and Anthracite shades.
The series is completed by the Nameri-R wall tile, an elegant and discreet relief of horizontal lines that transmits all the beauty and natural texture of wood in the Honey and Cream versions.
For more information, visit Arcana Ceramica’s website.