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In partnership with Archilinea, the company has come up with a new interpretation of Maximum that sets no limits on inspiration.
Allowing plenty of room for the material: the true focus of a 250 square metre area in which the use of space, light and shapes shows off the qualities of Maximum tiles, the purity of the lines and plasticity of volume so skilfully conceived by the architects who designed the stand to add new allure to a material that never ceases to amaze with its potential.

At this year’s Cersaie, Fiandre is increasingly focusing on Maximum, now widely recognised as the material of the future: more than just an ordinary tile, it is a slab of pure high-tech porcelain which more and more closely approaches quarried marble or stone in its beauty, appearance and dimensions. Only 6 mm thick, Maximum can be used like a painter’s brush or a writer’s pen: as a tool serving the creativity of the master designer, who discovers and rediscovers new and different uses and cuts.

Five products from the Maximum range will be on display, flanked by a contemporary version of the historic New Marmi collection and the launching of new sizes for such timeless materials as Marfil, Taxos and Calacatta, now available in 300x100 cm and 100x100 cm tiles in line with today’s most commonly used architectural modules.

Fiandre looks forward to seeing you at Hall 25, Stand A164/B165, September 23 through 27.

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