A key element making it possible to propose new solutions for living, anticipating changes in consumers’ lifestyles, tastes and aspirations.
In the world of surfaces, in recent years it has above all been high-tech ceramic that offers the broadest range of new functions.
Ceramic is an extremely versatile, non-absorbent, resistant material meeting the highest standards in the industry, combining the aesthetic beauty of the most advanced effects and colours with the latest technologies to offer new combinations of materials and reinterpret styles and functions from new points of view.
In this sense, introduction of maxi-slabs and printing on demand permitting reproduction of images and decorations on maxi-slabs are only a few tangible examples of the possibilities offered by the new materials.
Unveiled at Cersaie 2021 and marking the 60th anniversary of the Iris Ceramica Group (1961-2021), Hypertouch is a cutting-edge solution combining technology and creativity for increasingly smart environments.
An integrated system of domotic sensors allows Hypertouch to turn lighting, temperature control, audio-video and shading systems on and off by simply touching the ceramic.
The new technology is easy to install and simple to maintain, all to ensure maximum living comfort and increasingly smart home management.
The activated area may be identified in any of a number of ways, at the creative discretion of the designer, who may use sanding, screen printing or other forms of processing or identify the activated area using the commands supplied: minimal, transparent icons which are easy to apply and go with any colour and finish.