The Tele di Marmo collection is a tribute to one of the most beautiful, noble and durable materials, suitable for embellishing spaces with elegance and architectural strength. Emilceramica’s design came from the idea of reinterpreting in contemporary key a material of timeless charm: marble, through an unconventional choice of sizes, finishes and decorative elements.
Four different natural and semi-polished marbles find their highest expression in the sizes of the large slabs, where the vein patterning becomes the absolute star. The fluid trends, colour shades and nuances in step with the different veins make the Tele di Marmo fullyfledged works of art. The surfaces are innovative, offering alternative installations of the marble slab portions: for example, the “seminato di tessere” or the “battuto di listelli”, created by carefully laying tiny dots or rectangular marble strips in mortar. The effect obtained consists of the most modern, unusual and dynamic surfaces. One particular detail is the surface of the marble slats combined between them. This solution is able to minimise the more classical aspect of marble, thus creating environments with great aesthetical impact. A versatile collection that offers to the designer an infinite series of solutions by way of designs, sizes, colours and decorative possibilities, giving life and form to tailor-made architectural projects.
A decorative selection of mosaics further enhances the series, creating the maximum versatility of installation. There is an interesting offer of mosaics with small and large rhomboid dots tiles, which can be laid in both a horizontal and vertical mix depending on the design and look to be created.
Statuario Michelangelo, used in art for classical works, is one of the most prized marbles as the design of its vein patterns makes the texture harmonious and elegant. Frappuccino Pollock is characterised by a decisive and contemporary motif. The vein patterns move on the surfaces with those movements and warm colour tones that take us back to the artistic canvases of abstract movements. Breccia Braque has an elegant surface, enhanced by the veining which extends, creating broad and three-dimensional movements and offering a modern and dynamic look. Calacatta Renoir is a decidedly typified and sought-after marble. The vein becomes the absolute star with its movements in extension, sinuous and decorative