Edimax Astor to Unveil Several New 3D Technology, Tiles at Coverings

MORE gives life to an exclusive blend of Brazilian, Indian and South African slates

MORE gives life to an exclusive blend of Brazilian, Indian and South African slates.

Among the companies representing the “Made in Italy” in America, Edimax Astor Ceramiche will be at Booth C6237. For the Moderna-based company, Coverings is an opportunity to present its latest collections.

Edimax Astor Ceramiche will showcase a wide range of collections, thanks to its revolutionary technology, where graphics and structure coincide in a single three-dimensional reality: Bloom, More, Lim, W3, Biancospino, Concert, Golden Age, Melt, Shade and Senanque.

These highly appealing collections are “destined to greatly expand the horizons of contemporary design with uniquely styled surfaces and environments,” the company notes.

Natural stone is translated by a number of important Edimax Astor Ceramiche series, where the three-dimensional aspect takes the different surface characteristics to a higher level: BLOOM gives new expression to travertine from the quarries of Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio and Marche, which is used to evoke Provençal flavors in the SENANQUE series; LIM (Less Is More) also entrusts its appeal to Ceppo di Grè, while MORE gives life to an exclusive blend of Brazilian, Indian and South African slates. Marble is the source of inspiration for some leading series: such as BIANCOSPINO, which recalls Lasa Marble; and GOLDEN AGE which, with three shades and as many marble types, is an evocation of the golden beauty of stone.

GOLDEN AGE which, with 3 shades and as many marble types, is an evocation of the golden beauty of stone.

GOLDEN AGE which, with three shades and as many marble types, is an evocation of the golden beauty of stone.

Industrial style is well expressed by SHADE, which renews the concept of cement thanks to a layered surface, while CONCERT offers a leap back in time with a concept based on the chessboards and geometric compositions in black and white of the floors of 17th-century Dutch mansions. Elegance and originality are interpreted by W3 (Wood 3), a revolution of wood transposed into ceramics representing the different processes of oak.

Recently, with enhanced technology, the addition of new elements on the production line makes it possible to investigate and reproduce original material in an even more refined and detailed manner. This upgrade has resulted in two new ceramic projects: Home and Charme, which will be presented for the first time at Coverings 2022.

Clay, water, fire and air are the four inspirational elements of the Home series, where the most ancient tradition of “handmade” materials blends with technological innovation dictated by contemporaneity and design.

Charme encloses three fine-grained white marbles with a very pure background, each of which is the result of a refined and harmonious blend selected from quarries that are different from each other, both in terms of veining characteristics and color shades.

With a wide range of colors, surfaces, and sizes, therefore, Edimax Astor Ceramiche has been carrying out for years a strongly eco-sustainable production thanks to the recycling of water and raw materials, a 1 Mega photovoltaic plant and a thermal entity with controlled CO2 emissions.

These new collections, and more, can be viewed by visiting Edimax Astor Ceramiche at Coverings 2022, Booth C6237.

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