Atlas Concorde adds 10 new shades to Boost Balance collection

Boost Balance from Atlas Concorde is a strong and silent surface collection – the ‘balancing point’, if you like, of contemporary design and architecture…

Contemporary living area

Contemporary elegance is a harmonious balance of shapes, proportions, and colours that conveys a vibe of sophisticated simplicity. Boost Balance by Atlas Concorde was specifically designed to bring this concept of balance into any space, recalling an elegance with a strong yet understated style.

A member of the Boost World system, the set of Atlas Concorde collections that explore the many facets of the concrete and stone effect, it enriches the range with a colour palette of 10 shades ranging from pure white to the most sought-after greys and anthracite, from cool tones to warm.

Contemporary office inside luxury house

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Boost Balance brings elegance and harmony to indoor and outdoor settings alike, integrating the strength of its neutral tones with the most diverse and complex suggestions of concrete shades.

The concrete effect boosts the homogeneous colour of the original material and enriches it with shades inspired by the visual rendering of microcement, allowing the surface to acquire subtle and refined variations without changing its smooth, compact texture.

The collection offers endless possibilities for personalization, which are amplified with the varieties of finishes and formats designed for both interior and outdoor projects, making the transition from indoor to outdoor spaces – from architecture to nature – harmonious.

Available in sizes 120×120 and 60×120, characterized by a velvety touch and silky, semi-opaque reflections, the new Velvetech porcelain tile surface developed by Atlas Concorde with a patent filed in Italy can faithfully replicate the effect of polished concrete. Areas of varying opacity and microscopic nicks add depth and three-dimensionality to the surface.

The Matte, Outdoor, and Grip finishes, on the other hand, have been revamped and improved with Sensitech, a sophisticated production technology developed by Atlas Concorde researchers and patented in Italy that gives indoor and outdoor surfaces remarkable anti-slip performance without sacrificing a pleasant touch and the ease of cleaning typical of porcelain tiles.

Clean design of spa with concrete

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Boost Balance is available in a wide variety of modular 60-based formats: 30×60, 60×60, 60×120, 120×120. The large 120×278 slabs are particularly suitable for creating a refined effect of continuity in larger spaces, not only residential. A 20 mm outdoor version is also available.

The ease with which the Boost Balance palette mixes and matches with wood looks further suggests the dimension of a point of contact and balance with nature, especially outdoors.

Three decors add to the collection’s elegant, clean appeal: Strings, with delicate vertical lines; Mosaic Lock, a perfect interlocking of harmonious geometries; and Mosaic 30×30, a symmetrical, harmonious composition of square tiles.

The complete product system designed by Atlas Concorde is thus completed by the extension of the Boost Balance collection to the world of Atlas Plan, dedicated to large slabs for kitchen countertops, tables, and for furniture. Available in 162×324 (12 mm) and 160×320 (6 mm) sizes, the large Boost Balance slabs for Atlas Plan are produced in the ash colour, a warm shade of grey that’s ideal for spaces with a clean, essential design.

> Since you’re here, why not read about Atlas Concorde’s recent collaboration with HBA?

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Main image credit: Atlas Concorde

Main image credit: Atlas Concorde