Fincibec Group’s Over brand produces large-format porcelain slabs for modern architectural solutions. The largest size, 63 x 126 inches (12-mm-thick), can be used to cover floors, walls, and custom furnishings like bathroom and kitchen countertops, tables, doors and shelves.
Hollywood fuses Old World glamour with contemporary rustic tones for a distinct wood-look tile in Emser Tile’s new Hollywood series. Beige and Oak colorations recall the classic warm look of aged wood, while Blue and Taupe feature cool undertones.
An offshoot of the Emilgroup brand, Level is dedicated to the production of large-format porcelain tiles. The slabs are available in two sizes: 63 x 126 inches rectified (6 1/2-mm-thick) and 63 3/4 x 128 inches unrectified (12-mm-thick).
Ege Seramik’s Barocco Series brings high design and a unique sense of style to any room. State-of-the-art inkjet technology combined with meticulous design workmanship have afforded Barocco to give the illusion of a framed and textured, decorative tile.
Daltile’s new RevoTile is a spectacular game-changer for the tile industry. It is a revolutionary, patented, floating floor system that installs two times faster than traditional tile. RevoTile installs in just three easy steps: place underlayment, click tiles together and grout.
Story Teller porcelain tile collection by Crossville weaves the antique art of cerusing with modern digital technology to achieve a light-and-dark wood grain appearance in 48-inch plank tiles. The line comes in four pairs of colors that invite built-in coordination for wall-to-floor or floor-to-floor transitions.
Turning away from language but perhaps deeper into mathematics, Alison conceived the second product in her collaboration with Artistic Tile, Zephyr, as a deconstruction of the lemniscate — the symbol for infinity.
ABKStone slabs are among the largest porcelain tiles available on the market, measuring 5 1/4 x 10 1/2 feet. They are extremely hard-wearing and resistant to scratching, staining, extreme heat and chemical abrasions.
In today’s market, tile installers have numerous options when looking for tile backer boards — cement, gypsum, magnesium, as well as drywall plaster board or wood products — each with its own set of features and benefits.
In this issue of TILE Magazine, we have tile installation case studies from Portland, OR, Milwaukee, WI, New York, NY, Tromsø, Norway, and Las Vegas, NV. Take a look at this month's Technical Focus on lippage-free tile installation, read the latest Contractor Spotlight, and much more!