Industrial style tiles encapsulate textures and patterns of concrete, cement, plaster, brick and wood effect, ideally suited to adorning your floors and walls in style. Industrial style tiles reproduce the process of ageing and wear and you can customise your space with design surfaces reminiscent of industrial concrete.
Flaviker has a wide range of high quality industrial style tiles including: Rebel, Hangar, Still Now, Hyper and Backstage. They come in a range of sizes, including large format as well as outdoor tiles. Sizes range from: 160x32,120x270, 120x120, 60x120, 90x90, 80x80, 60x60, 30x60
The Rebel collection stands out for its visually striking surface with translucent effects and colour contrasts typical of wear, recreating the appeal of aged materials with stains and traces of rust.
Hangar explores the world of industrial materials and draws inspiration from the concrete panels used for insulation and construction of partition walls.
Elegant and minimalist, Still No_w is a stone-effect surface available in the new WIDE sizes up to 160x320 cm and ideal for all applications in the world of design and contemporary architecture, from residential projects through to large-scale works in public and commercial spaces.
Inspired by the concrete blocks used in industrial building, HYPER displays the characteristic traces of the natural concrete ageing process.
The Backstage collection creates timeworn floors inspired by the tradition and the locations of industrial archaeology.
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