Zero.3 Blade

Zero.3 Blade

Large surfaces with bright contrasts

Metal-effect floor and wall tiles that combine the elegance of large slabs with the perfection of metal surfaces

5 colours

OXIDE, CHROME, RUST, PETROL, ESSENCE

1 thickness

3,5 mm

3 sizes

50x100, 100x100, 100x300 cm

3 decors

Hive, Inlay, Katana

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Colours Decors

Floors and Walls laminated porcelain stoneware

OXIDE
OXIDE
CHROME
CHROME
RUST
RUST
PETROL
PETROL
ESSENCE
ESSENCE

Downloads

Laminated Porcelain 3Plus Declaration of performance CE pdf

Zero.3 Blade style

Large metal-effect slabs design new spaces

Large metal-effect slabs design new spaces

A laminated porcelain stoneware collection with warm shades and bright hues, inspired by metals in which oxidation effects create five changing and vibrant colours. The large 100x300 cm format with a slimline thickness of just 3.5 mm offers solutions for interior projects and for cladding external façades. A very striking aesthetic and outstanding technical performance.

Amazing details for creative projects

Amazing details for creative projects

The pleasing metallic effects of ceramic surfaces brighten every room in the house, both indoors and outdoors. The expressive power of large laminated porcelain stoneware slabs is perfect for residential and commercial contexts featuring ever-changing solutions with a bold style.  The decorative scheme complements Blade’s character to make every location truly unique and individual.

Other reasons to choose Blade

ANTIBACTERIAL SURFACE

The exclusive Protect® antibacterial technology ensures that surfaces and spaces are safe and hygienic by eliminating up to 99.9% of bacteria.

Not only floors

The slimline thickness and easy cutting enable the design of contemporary interiors and make Blade particularly suitable for covering custom furnishings.

Multiple combinations

Combined with other collections inspired by various materials – wood, stone, and concrete – Blade fully explores the material and expressive potential of oxidised metal.

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