Goccia

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Black

Goccia is a collaboration between Lea Ceramiche and Kravitz Design, which together have created a new modern interpretation of stereoscopic decors.

This is the result of three-dimensional play of solids and voids, strictly in black and white. The 3D forms are enhanced by granules and glazes which, accompanied by a play of light and shadows, recall the continuous movement of water.

Sizes

13×13 CM 5 1/8"x5 1/8" IN
10×40 CM 4"x16" IN

Decors

Tune out

13x13 CM 5x5 IN

Tune in

13x13 CM 5x5 IN

Distorsion

13x13 CM 5x5 IN

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Goccia - Technical info

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glazed white body porous single fired tiles

Recommended joint for interior applications

1 mm

Thickness

9 mm

Shading variations

V1
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