The creativity and sophistication that prevailed in the ‘20s and ‘30s stage a comeback in ceramics, reinstating the essence of a period in which everything was transformed by design and architecture reached its zenith. Influenced by the latest trends in interior design and decoration, Pamesa expands its Cromat collection at Cevisama with Cr Decó, breathing new life into the spirit of the inter-war period, inviting you to combine encaustic cement tiles, geometric patterned terrazzo finishes and marble chips: the best of nature fused with the cream of design from the modern period.
Offering the highest technical specifications and decorative features, Pamesa completes this collection with Cr Etvria, Cr Lenci, Cr Piave, Cr Santoro, Cr Karelia, Cr Sonoma and Cromat wall tiles. New ranges in porcelain gres that take their inspiration from the effects of sandstone colours, marbles echoing the purity of Carrara, the striking tones of Collemandina marble or the serenity of Sicilian Cremino, wood-looks that reach our homes from the northernmost forests of Carelia or the vineyard-covered valleys of California, and themed, white-based textures.
New formats: 90 x 180, 30 x 180 and 22.5 x 180
Pamesa also introduces six new innovative formats, most notably 90×180, 30×180 and 22.5×180 centimetres, reflecting the firm’s state-of-the-art digital technology, adding to its established ranges in 120×120, 60×120, 75×75, 45×90, 37.5×75, 60×60, 30×60 and 30×30 formats. A cross-cutting, multi-format collection that grows and matures over time, offering a new concept for architects and interior designers who want to create avant-garde spaces where timeless Bauhaus models align perfectly with the icons of Art Deco.
Essential: The presence of touch
Purest design, the texture of micro-reliefs and sumptuous voluminous surfaces are the inspiration behind Essential, a collection that rediscovers the pleasure of ceramic finishes with the quality of porcelain gres. Homes designed to be harmonious with pieces in 45×90, 25×75, 25×50 and 20×60 centimetres presented in neutral ranges coordinated with reliefs that evoke movement and at the same time, a calming atmosphere.
Eden: When less is more
Pamesa expands its Eden collection with its continuing line of softly eroded tones. These new ideas in white body for walls (40×120 and 30×90 centimetres) and floors (60×60 centimetres) stand out for the intrinsic value of their material, the excellence of their textures, the elegance of their patterns and their predominant neutral shades.
Ideas in ceramics that respond to the needs of architecture and interior design professionals, waiting to be discovered at Pamesa’s stand in Cevisama, located on Level 2, Pavilion 1, B42 at Feria Valencia.
Pamesa Cerámica is the parent company of the Pamesa Group, committed to leading the field in design, manufacture and marketing of ceramic products that meet its customers’ needs and guarantee excellent value for money and design.
With over 45 years of experience, the Pamesa Group has installations covering more than 700,000 m², an annual turnover of 512,000,000 euros and production capacity exceeding 74,300,000 m² each year.
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