Fiandre's minimal cutting edge products are perfect for exterior facades
Fiandre Quarziti Extreme 30"x60" used as Exterior Façade Application on a Commercial Building.
Fiandre carries many large format tiles that are ideal for Exterior Facades.
The Extreme Collection has six different lines all available in the 30"x60" size.
The Maximum Collection has two lines available, Marmi Maximum and Aster Maximum, in a 5"x10" size that is only 3mm thick!
The combination of the thin format with the large size creates an optimal product for external facades.
The biggest tile ever arrives at Eurowest.
The President of our International group, Mr. Graziano Verdi, came all the way to California to present the latest and most innovative tile ever produced. With its impressive size, the 10’x5’ porcelain slab is the biggest on the market and replicates the size of marble and granite slabs, keeping the superior technical and eco-friendly features of porcelain.
This gigantic tile, produced with a patented technology, is available in two thicknesses responding to different application needs. The 3 mm version is ideal for walls, and it is produced without the plastic netting that was required in the older big tiles, while the 6 mm version is ideal for floors. It is important to stress that the 6 mm version can be used for any type of flooring application because even if it is thin, in terms of strength it is equal to 10 mm. Moreover the exceptional flexibility makes this tile adaptable to substrate issues and moldable to curves.
This amazing new product is available in many of the most popular Fiandre colors including Taxos, Michelangelo Statuario, Marfil, and a new collection called Aster. FMG has presented the 10’x5’ as MaxLite in many popular colors, and Ariostea has a beautiful Onyx which in the 3 mm version lets the light pass through.
It is needless to say that this innovative product opens a wide new range of application possibilities for porcelain tile spanning from seamless countertops, backsplashes and showers, partitions, ceilings, elevators… and everywhere that was once the sole realm of marble and granite.