#Metrica gives rhythm and motion to your walls by playing with a regular and harmonious flow of geometric elements such as lines, angles, circumferences and grids.
Our biggest American happening is live: Coverings - The Global Tile & Stone Experience in Atlanta! We're waiting for you at booth 2803 with the world première of our upcoming #Denim collection, inspired by fabric weaves.
Did you know that you can mix and match our tesserae to create an entirely #CustomMade mosaic? Take a look at how surprising the final results can be.
With #Metrica, the linearity of geometry is interrupted and motion is added with beats and cadences of light and colour.
Not just #mosaic. Our #Libra collection adds a new dimension to surfaces, playing with unusual applications of irregular geometries. Discover the whole collection at Salone del Mobile.Milano in the STOSA CUCINE showroom.
The #Allure single press firing range is suitable for all wall covering uses, especially in wet and underwater areas.
31046 ODERZO (TV), ITALIE
From its endless shapes come any sort of pattern or design. Limitless potential to customize any wall or architectonic structure. Composing architectonic volumes covered in colour and texture, designing imagery scenarious that multiply the meaning of space, to create value through ceramic mosaic. A coordinated system of ceramic mosaic floor and wall coverings offering solutions for architects and catering for the demands of daily life.
Appiani mosaics has actively promoted its products on the Italian and international markets since it was first founded in Treviso in 1873. After initially focusing on the production of friezes, pan tiles and bricks, widely acknowledged for their high standards of quality in Italy and abroad, it turned to the production of pressed powdered clay tiles at the turn of the 20th century and created new systems for processing and firing materials. Its founder Graziano Appiani started production of the first coloured ceramic tiles in 1910 and built “Eden village” to provide housing for his workers in a village that had its own restaurant, cinema and theatre: the first example of a forward thinking style of business.
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