Reflet by Mirage, the reflective porcelain stoneware

At Cersaie 2022, Mirage presents Reflet, reflective porcelain stoneware for outdoor use

Reflet, designed and produced by Mirage in collaboration with architect Andrea Boschetti, is a collection of porcelain stoneware tiles featuring a reflective surface. Being resistant to weathering, it can also be applied outdoors. This material offers another possibility to enrich façades, not only with an innovative and technological material, but also with new, unusual effects. The collection is available in three different shades in the 20×60 cm size. The available finishes are Antique, with an antiqued mirror effect, and Sketch, with a matte effect and luminous finishes and accents.

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Reflet by Mirage, for outdoor use

The ADI Ceramics and Bathroom Design Award

The eighth edition of the ADI Ceramics and Bathroom Design Award honored Reflet as “a product of great decorative quality with multiple mirror effects that hark back to an ancient 18th-century tradition. Obtained from a series of complex processes by using the skills of local people.”

Reflet by Mirage in the Antique finish, with an antiqued mirror effect

Therefore, to the requirements of sustainability and durability, Reflet adds versatility and beauty, thanks to its innovative reflective effect, which allows the architecture to blend into its surroundings. In this way, the surrounding environment, be it a natural landscape or an architectural interior, becomes an element interacting with the project, in a continuous play of mirrors. Reflet offers endless possibilities and the only limit to the project is the hand of the architect who carries it out.

Reflet comes in two finishes, Antique and Sketch

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