The large format thin porcelain slabs in the Laminam range by Casa Ceramica are a skin for surfaces and structures, which allow the designer to think outside the box and be innovative, meaning that the ability to achieve previously restricted offerings is now here…
Large format thin porcelain is a versatile material for use in architecture and furnishings, both indoors and outdoors.
They can be used in construction, as a real architectonic skin to clad walls, building facades or floors, and in interior design, as kitchen or bathroom countertops and tables. Producing porcelain slabs with sizes ranging from 1200 x 1200 to 1620 x 3240mm and thicknesses from three to 20mm. There are hundreds of designs with multiple surface finishes.
Produced using advanced technologies, it teams reduced thickness and large size with high resistance to mechanical stresses, to chemicals, to wear, to scratches, and to deep abrasion, it is hygienic by nature, resistant to frost, fire, mould and mildew, and to the effect of UV rays. All the characteristics and chromatic properties of the slabs are unchanging, designed to stand the test of time in all atmospheric conditions. A revolutionary slab that does not neglect environmental friendliness: natural raw materials, sustainable technology, entirely recyclable products are at the heart of this material’s green philosophy.
The slabs are created with natural materials like quarry clays, granite rocks and ceramic pigments, they do not release any substance into the environment. A revolutionary slab that does not neglect environmental friendliness: natural raw materials, sustainable technology and is an entirely recyclable product.
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