Atlas Concorde is one of the exhibitors at the 2017 edition of Coverings, the most important trade event in North America for the ceramic and natural stone industry, presenting its collections of porcelain stoneware floor and wall tiles to major players in the business.
The trade show is scheduled for 4-7 April at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, USA, and is an opportunity to exhibit the company’s solutions for floors and white clay wall tiles that combine aesthetic research and advanced technical performance.
At Coverings visitors will see Marvel Gems floor and wall tiles, the collection inspired by Italian tradition and Venetian Terrazzo, and the surfaces of Marvel Stone, marble- and stone-effect ceramic tiles with an essential and prestigious look. Also in the spotlight are three-dimensional 3D Wall Design wall tiles, featuring vibrant surface reliefs. With the Room collection, Atlas Concorde offers visitors floor and wall tiles with the warm and refined appeal of a fabric effect.
There’s also space for the spectacular Marvel XL surfaces, the marble-effect collection featuring a exceptional visual impact and large formats measuring 120×240 and 120×120 cm, ensuring installation continuity and design consistency.
At the Orlando event, Atlas Concorde will also present the new collection consisting of porcelain stoneware surfaces and wall tiles for interiors that interpret metallised finishes in a modern key.
In addition to the indoor collections, on display at Coverings will also be the porcelain stoneware collections developed for the design of outdoor environments.
The design approach around which the booth for Coverings 2017 was developed is the reproduction of sites characterised by the concept of hospitality and retail industries and their interpretation of contemporary lifestyles.
In addition, Atlas Concorde will be participating with its products in the Installation Design Showcase – Tiny House Edition, the special event that features the building of three miniature homes in the Covering exhibition space, each designed with its own stylistic identity by internationally renowned designers.
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