aint graphic patterns, soothing pale colours and a touch of irony that keeps everything feeling curraent; this is Confetti by Ceramica Vogue. Just launched at Cersaie 2017, Confetti is the newest porcelain stoneware tile series by Marcante-Testa for Ceramica Vogue. Confetti combines retro-inspired aesthetics with futuristic graphics, a mix that is greatly on trend.
- What is it? Confetti by Ceramica Vogue is a new porcelain stoneware tile series deocrated in graphic patterns.
- What is special about it? The Confetti porcelain stoneware tiles are decorated with ironic graphic patterns, perfect for walls and floors. They are chic, have a faint vintage feel, and don’t take themselves too seriously.
- How is it made? Rectifiedtiles in enamelled porcelain stoneware, each standard tile is 25x25 cm. Four different patterns are available: Torino, Milano, Venezia and Roma. Each pattern comes in a choice of 8 different colours, plus another 8 complementary block-colours.
- Who is it by? Studio UdA is owned by the architects Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa, who are also the new art directors of the brand Ceramica Vogue. Their styles is clean, refined and with a pinch of irony; this blends retro aesthetics with futuristic graphics.
- We have chosen it because… Lines, dots and pencil strokes: Confetti by Ceramica Vogue focuses on faint graphic patterns, perfect for a welcoming space full of charm. Tiles in different patterns can be freely assembled together, creating a very personal space.