Ceramic, gres and porcelain wall tile collection

Goccia is an innovative wall tile collection that was the result of the collaboration between Kravitz Design Inc. and Lea Ceramiche. It offers a modern interpretation of the traditional design. The Goccia collection includes finishes in ceramic, gres and porcelain. It features a variety of tile designs that can be used to create tridimensional decors and shapes.

The tile modules feature both concave and convex shapes and they can be used to create a visually challenging tridimensional wall design. The modules are only available in either black or white. The simplicity of the color and the neutral shades let the shape become the center of attention. Since the goal was to create a tridimensional design where the texture and shape are the most important elements, the color would just have been too much.

The Goccia Collection can be found in the Lea Ceramiche catalogue. It proposes a new and innovative use of the ceramic material. This way the bathroom and the kitchen will be transformed and will get a whole new look. It’s an interesting approach and it will shed new light on the use of ceramic and on the concept of tile. Choose between the various patterns and shapes and recreate your home. You’ll be able to completely change the look of your bathroom, kitchen and not only. The Goccia collection is innovative but also versatile.

Published by in Interiors, on April 29th, 2012


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