Nature encounters technological innovation to produce a new ceramic material. The effects of the rain, snow, sun and wind have been captured and interpreted with contemporary appeal in the five new colours, evoking the high-class woods of Northern Europe……More Information
Roveri was inspired by sessile oak wood, commonly used in architecture and design. The plural name, I Roveri, derives from the texture’s four colour variations which reflect the tones acquired by oak wood as a result of different treatments and the ageing process.
Rovere Intenso is the colour with the warmest tones, marked by distinctive graphics with eye-catching knots, holes and cracks which create a pleasant contrast effect. The old-looking surface restores the characteristic sessile oak floor effect.
Over the years, natural wood’s colour gently lightens, hence Rovere Antico adds this specific colouring to the collection. The smooth grain emphasises the presence of darker parts resembling flames and the particular grey tone which enhances the antique look.
The project’s darkest colour is Rovere Decapé, inspired by the effect of the pickled finish technique on wood. This produces a strong and contemporary hazel tone which highlights the white grain.