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Russian Stone

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

leopard fur! And there is also a collection of "monitor lizard", which resembles a reptile's skin – it also allows the designer "Play with meanings" in the process of creating an unusual interior. On the other hand, the ceramics are successfully mimics the glass and steel, essential for the organization of space in the style of hi-tech. "Great deceiver" can be called gres. Incidentally, the very title – quite a Russian invention which has no relation to the Italian term. But it is very accurately conveys the features of this durable material. Unlike traditional tiles, which is a ceramic crock, drenched glaze, porcelain "bake" in mass under high pressure at the output product, is indeed very similar to natural stone. A subsequent treatment strengthens the resemblance. "Porcelain tiles can be subjected to the satin, – says Paul Kavalkou, manager of new product Kerama Marazzi, – is a form of polishing, the so-called" technology burnished.

As a result, processing of special brushes with diamond villi effect occurs matte, slightly 'aged' surface, which allows you to use it in the existing historical or in the neo-classical interiors, simulate natural stone. " Qualitative simulation can successfully address technological and aesthetic issues. "Natural" materials – says designer Anna Golubeva – often heavy and moody in the installation and maintenance, or simply can not be used in certain places. It is obvious that a tree or a paper is unlikely to last a long time in the bathroom, whatever treatments they were not subjected. But, let's create an interior logic requires it to, then modern tile is a reasonable compromise.