Casa dolce casa – Casamood’s Artwork Series Reimagines Venetian Tile

Casa dolce casa - Casamood Reimagines Battuto Veneziano Tiles

With small fragments of material, and a color design featuring stylized texture coupled with irregular geometrics, Casa dolce casa – Casamood’s Artwork tile collection is a cross between Battuto Veneziano tiles and Memphis Style patterns made popular in 1980s Milan.

This latest collection experiments inspirational originality, wherein the design is first disassembled then reorganized. By doing so, the transformation of an ancient art of tradition is renewed.

The Artwork series revolves around three cardinal shades of color offered in contrasting pairs (white-grey and white-black) and available in three different particle sizes (Micro, Basic, and Macro).

Casa dolce casa - Casamood Reimagines Battuto Veneziano Tiles

Further, within these color schemes are 12 decorative variations with vitreous-inspired inserts, all of which are conducive to the overall visual personality Artwork.

The three patterns (micro, basic, and macro) include a vast selection that combines the traditional 10mm thickness with Florim’s Magnum Oversize collection of 6mm, with sizes measuring up to 120x240cm.

The matte finish alternates granules with varied brightness and sparkle for a surprising texture effect, while the glossy finish is extremely shiny and deep. The 6mm-thick decorative version is intended only for wall applications. Artwork can be combined with all the collections in the Casamood catalog.

About Florim

Florim ceramic products are the result of the most advanced production technologies combined with constant aesthetic research. Porcelain stoneware slabs that meet the widest variety of design needs and characterize the environments with a well-defined personality. The Group has production units, companies and partnerships in Europe, America and Asia and distributes world-wide under the brands Floor Gres, Rex, Cerim, Casa dolce casa – Casamood, FLORIM stone, CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia.

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