FMG – Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti and Fiandre Architectural Surfaces present their new collections at Cersaie 2019
MaxFine Marmi collection by FMG: Emperador finish
A new marble effect for the MaxFine Marmi range by FMG: Emperador. Emperador marble, with its warm brown color and its cream and hazelnut veins, is one of the most famous and widespread Spanish marbles.
MaxFine by FMG presents the Emperador finish for large format slabs with a 6 mm thickness, perfect for both horizontal and vertical coverings. Not only floors but also ventilated façades, partition walls, doors, countertops for kitchens and bathrooms, for residential, commercial and nautical projects.
Blast collection by FMG
Also produced by FMG, Blast is a collection with an evocative name, inspired by volcanic rocks, which reproduces their irregular structure. Its surface is characterized by overlaying colors with tone-on-tone speckles.
The Blast collection is available in 3 finishes – natural, polished and structured – and in 5 colors. Perfect for total look spaces, it is available in the traditional 120×60, 60×60, 60×30 sizes, 10mm thick. The series is completed by surfaces in semigres, in the 60×20 size, and a selection of 30×30 tiles to liven up the pattern.
Fiandre Architectural Services: Arabescato Orobico from the Marmi Maximum collection
In addition to FMG, Fiandre Architectural Surfaces will present its new products at Cersaie 2019. Arabescato Orobico is the name of the new finish from the Marmi Maximum collection by Fiandre Architectural Surfaces. Inspired by the Italian marble of the same name, Arabescato Orobico is characterized by white veins combined with gray, brown and ochre shades, a precious pattern completed by the polished finish.
Fiandre Architectural Surfaces, Arabescato Orobico, from the Marmi Maximum collectionVery ornamental, Arabescato Orobico is a finish for floors and walls, and, thanks to its 6mm thickness, it can also be used for furnishings and architectural details.
Porcelain stoneware from the Marmi Maximum collection is made using at least 40% recycled material and complies with LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) requirements. [Text Anguilla Segura]