the atlas concorde prism collection comprises a spectrum of unique, colorful and hand-crafted porcelain and wall tiles, coordinated by piero lissoni. in a similar way to how light disperses as it passes through a prism, the surfaces of the namesake design appear as if canvases for this unique refraction, where its chosen color – available in a range of 13 different tonalities – subtly vary in intensity across each tile. at an even closer look, the hand-brushed resin characterizes a soft, elegant and sinuous effect.
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‘we mulled over the effect of light through a prism. these are the colors we imagined as being the result of a prismatic light as it turns into a rainbow. we then focused on trying to recreate this light refraction on surfaces and tweaked this breakdown to generate domestic colors or colors of architecture,’ tells piero lissoni, who guided the color palette options.
as well as its namesake inspiration, the atlas concorde prism collection references hand-trowelled resins. their soft textures, sinuous lines and elegant image are captured in the surfaces of the tiles. these traces allude to the hand-finished, characterful and highly original manufacturing process.
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its artisan process reproduces an uneven color across the surfaces. 13 original hues – suede, cord, cottom, cloud, fog, graphite, bloom, caramel, grape, dusk, midnight, moss and emerald – are offered to personalize a space with a distinct look. this can be mixed and matched for a strong personality, simple palette matches or bold, daring contrasts to interact with the architecture.
the graphic porcelain and wall tile collection is highly flexible to meet your interior wishes, not just in color and character. each one is available in a choice of either silk or matte finishes. as well, the sizes vary to fit different requirements, ranging from 30x60cm to 120x278cm and 60x60cm, 60x120cm and 120x120cm. its unique, characterful hand-brushed effect is adapted to be harmonious on all sizes.
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