Always a source of inspiration for design, nature is still one of the principal references for the textures of new surfaces, in terms of forms, effects and colours.
Drawing on the classic tradition of surface coatings, the most refined materials still include stones, marbles, woods and resins whose innermost essence has direct ties with nature.
The materials’ colour palette is always extremely expressive, now as in the past, thanks in part to the possible combinations of different sizes, decorative pieces and special items.
The result is a contemporary dimension of living overflowing with charm and fascination, thanks in particular to the versatility of materials such as high-tech ceramics, permitting customisation of spaces and creation of new alchemies.
Drawing their inspiration from nature, ceramic materials speak primarily to our psychological and spiritual dimension, reducing everyday stress and improving quality of life and comfort.
project by Iris Ceramica
draws inspiration from these reflections in a collection of porcelain floor coverings and semi-gres wall coverings
that have particularly strong ties with nature.
is Iris Ceramica’s new collection of porcelain surface coverings available in the Pietra, Terra and Lava
is a "simple, archaic"
surface in which powdery hues of grey, black, brown and white are underlined by a gently undulating texture. Available in two finishes and in traditional sizes (as well as the recent new 120x120 cm size), Terra also includes two decorative pieces featuring curvy graphic motifs
, on the other hand, is a more primordial, vibrant surface with a "graduated texture and dark edges"
Backgrounds are modulated in five different colours
, hot and cold, to which we may add the variable patterns of decorative pieces with a familiar vintage look.
interprets a traditional Sicilian stone, Pietra di Sciara
, which is formed in a unique landscape where ancient rivers of incandescent magma once ran.
"Enigmatic and primeval
", Pietra appears solid and compact, in five neutral hues
adding new depth and refinement to spaces.
The Elementi project is completed with a vast selection of semi-gres surface coverings
: solutions with a simple, linear appearance
available in a vast range of pastel colours, along with an original selection of proposals in bright iridescent colours
abounding in subtle hues and unexpected chromatic variations.