When reviewing the history of ceramic formats, you will notice that formats of traditional tiles have been gradually becoming larger in recent decades. While the 30 x 30 format was especially common in the 1980s, a change to the 40 x 40 format took place in the 1990s.
At the beginning of the 2000s, the production of the 60 x 60 format had already begun, and after another decade, a revolutionary enlargement of tiles to the 100 x 100 cm format followed.
The tiles, which are only 6 mm thick, are lightweight, durable, environmentally friendly and easy to lay, cut and drill. At the same time, they offer better overall aesthetics, thanks to the smaller number of joints.
The 100 x 100 format, which has been offered in the Urban series for some time, now also complements the Silk Stone, Soft Concrete, and Radical series, as well as the new products in 2018, Colour Studio and Great Metastone, to offer even greater choices in design.
Porcelaingres wishes to use this format in these collections as an opportunity to transcend old borders and to offer planners and architects solutions that meet the most varied requirements both in large-scale projects as well as in commercial and residential areas.