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Filita

60x120

Inspiration

Filita is born in the Spanish mountains of Segovia, from where these famous slates are obtained throughout the world. When extracted, this material forms irregular slabs that give the slate its characteristic relief. It is a collection that conveys serenity in each of its tones Mercury and Slate, slightly garnished with a subtle texture.

A timeless design that succeeds in faithfully transmitting the richness of the Filita with its effects in matt and glitter. It represents the symbiosis between the simplicity and the strength of the slate as a natural element thanks to the most advanced ceramic technology. It becomes the perfect collection to captivate from the most avant-garde designers looking for a di erent product for their projects to the most conservative, who will see in it a product rich in nuances and very sophisticated.

 

Colors

Filita is available in two tones, Mercury and Slate, and conveys serenity with a slightly garnished but still subtle texture.

MERCURY
SLATE

Technical Data

Technical Features

Porcelain tile
Floor & Wall tile
Matt
Rectified edges
Slight shade variation
Anti-slip
High pedestrian traffic
Modular sizes
Digital printing of inks & glazes

Format, reference & price code

Format
MERCURY
SLATE
60x120 (24"x48")
612wr9511
612wr9512

Packing

Nominal
Real size
Pieces / Box
Sqm / Box
Kg / Box
Boxes / Pallet
Sqm / Pallet
Kg / Pallet
Pallet size
60x120 (24"x48")
60x120
2
1,44
36,5
52
74,88
1910
110x110

Downloads

Filita
Filita
3.92 MB

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