Sunrise

Discontinued and no more available

Australian Heat

European Dark

African Amber

Telling the tale of times gone by, Sunrise.

The veins of wood are made more vibrant by the light and shadow created by the typical texture of porcelain stoneware, to give you all the substantial appeal of wood.

Available in only one unique size – 20 x 90 cm – and in five tones, Sunrise is characterised by a variety of different patterns.

A distinctive character for warm and welcoming spaces.

Sizes

20×90 CM 8"x36" IN

Trims

Battiscopa

10x60,4 CM 4 x 24 IN

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Technology

Full-body porcelain

Recommended joint for interior applications

4 mm

thickness

10 mm

Edge

nat

spielfarbig

V4
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