Maxfine maxi-tiles: the new evolution of large tiles
The compositional possibilities available to architects, interior designers and interior decorators have been greatly expanded in recent years thanks to the development of ceramic tiles in new large sizes.
This is a very important step for architectural design, achieved thanks to a technology permitting maximum performance with minimum slab thickness (only 3 to 6 mm).
The absence of grouting between tiles, the smoothness of the surfaces and the overall lightness of the units allow large porcelain slabs to convey a sense of extraordinary visual continuity and permit creation of light effects to enhance residential and commercial spaces of all kinds.
FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti’s innovative production process has led to the creation of Maxfine, the latest new product leading the way in maxi-tiles.
Flexible, dynamic Maxfine porcelain comes in a variety of different colours and textures which enhance the natural qualities of stone, thanks to a production process which cuts the size of the environmental footprint of processing raw materials by 40%.
This achievement responds to today’s demand for sustainability, energy conservation and reduced consumption with a unique product offering great strength and practicality.
"Built according to nature" (according to FMG’s motto), versatile and lightweight, Maxfine porcelain is available in a great variety of different sizes and submultiples, all designed for versatile, lightweight compositions.
Architects can now express their creativity without restrictions, imagining original surfaces for all kinds of settings with uninterrupted visual solutions
After the wood look variants introduced last year (with the new 240x20 size), at Cersaie 2013 Maxfine large tiles were presented in two more new sizes, 300x100 and 100x100. The many benefits of large ceramic tiles include easy cleaning, ensuring unprecedented hygiene and environmental impact, even in public places subject to high volumes of traffic, prolonged standing and heavy tread.