Slimtech Gouache.10

Crystal Water

Libeccio 02

The aesthetic-technical research applied to the thin tile continues with the new Slimtech collection Gouache.10, designed by Diego Grandi.

The series focuses on the theme of chromatic research and the tactile effect of the ceramic surface. Starting with a Slimtech base of 3,5mm in thickness, the application of the colour to the material was studied and, by enhancing the expression, endless image combinations were created.

Sizes

4,9×100 CM 2"x39" IN
50×100 CM 19 1/2"x39" IN
100×100 CM 39"x39" IN
100×300 CM 39"x118" IN

Decors

Libeccio 01 Cold

15,4x22,3 CM 6x9 IN

Libeccio 01 Warm

15,4x22,3 CM 6x9 IN

Libeccio 02

15,4x22,3 CM 6x9 IN

Libeccio 03

15,4x22,3 CM 6x9 IN

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Technology

laminated porcelain UGL

Recommended joint for interior applications

1 mm / 2 mm

thickness

3,5 mm

Edge

rett.

Shading variations

V2
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