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  • PRODUCT WATCH: Boost Pro, the new collection from Atlas Concorde

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    PRODUCT WATCH: Boost Pro, the new collection from Atlas Concorde

    The new Boost Pro collection from Atlas Concorde is designed with urban chic spaces in mind…

    In line with the latest trends in contemporary living with an urban chic style, Atlas Concorde presents Boost Pro, a collection of porcelain floors tiles and white body wall tiles designed to decorate indoor and outdoor spaces with a metropolitan appeal.

    Boost Pro complements the range of the Boost collection, based on the “cool” tones of the concrete effect, adding five warm colours. Produced using the same surface structure, they offer a unique colour palette in terms of breadth and variety, allowing architects, interior designers, and planners to create new, personalised combinations.

    Image credit: Atlas Concorde

    Ideal for the renovation of former industrial buildings transformed into residential lofts, workspaces, art galleries or places for hospitality and entertainment, Boost Pro underscores the structure’s industrial character with its strong personality and soft colours developed from earthy and powdery tones, from ivory to brown, giving rooms a lived-in charm.

    For the floor, the slight “spatula” effect evokes the authenticity of craftsmanship, increasingly popular in contemporary design projects where the imperfection of a “handmade” look is an expression of value and attention to detail. For walls, the accents of Mustard and Powder Blue allow for strong creative discontinuities accentuated by the availability of material and graphic decorations with a strong visual impact.

    In fact, the walls can also be transformed into spectacular three-dimensional frescoes thanks to the use of large porcelain slabs covered with tropical forests, Nordic forests and metropolitan views. Of the numerous formats available, the new 37.5×75 cm takes the classic 30×60 cm to a larger size. The availability of the 20 mm thickness also allows for outdoor use, for coordinated total-look projects.

    Colours

    On the floor: Ivory, Cream, Clay (light tones), Taupe and Tobacco (dark tones).

    On walls: Ivory, Cream, Clay (light tones), Mustard and Powder Blue.

    Formats

    The exceptionally wide range includes different large formats, from 120×278 cm to 160×320 cm (in the colors of the collection and in the decorative version). The different thicknesses – 6, 9 and 20 mm – allow for their application in different design settings, both indoors and out. The white-body wall tiles are available in the classic 40×80 cm format in two different versions, natural and 3D Urban relief.

    Decorations

    The extensive range of Boost Pro decorations makes it possible to respond to different design requirements, even in combination with numerous other Atlas Concorde collections.

    • GROVE 120×278, thickness 6 mm

    A forest of beech trees designed in graphite in Clay and Taupe tones.

    • PAINT 120×278, thickness 6 mm

    Spatula-effect surfaces, marked by time, with strong material contrasts.

    • LEAVES 120×278, thickness 6 mm

    The watercolor technique recreates the intensity of a tropical forest for spectacular walls with a green effect.

    • HEX MOSAIC

    Colored Murano glass and classic hexagonal tiles add style and depth to Boost Pro walls.

    • SHAPES MOSAIC

    Tiles with different shapes and irregular shades create a surprising, original overall effect.

    • 30×30 MOSAIC

    The minimalist simplicity of the classic mosaic and the warm tones are ideal for covering floors and walls of bathtubs and showers.

    • MINIBRICK 5×30.5

    The rigour of the small rectangular tile for universal interior walls embellished with reflective inserts can be used in any room with all the colors of the collection.

    If you want to get more information regarding our products please visit our website www.atlasconcorde.com  or contact us at projects@atlasconcorde.it .

    Main image credit: Atlas Concorde

    Hamish Kilburn / 02.07.2020

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