But let us make a bit of history. In the middle of the 19th century it is discovered a technique that can produce tiles without the need for cooking. This technique consists, in broad terms, of the use of a hydraulic press and a mold to create infinite patterns with different colors.
The structure of the tiles, about 2cm thick (depending on its use in walls or flooring) is made up of three layers. The first layer, the decorated surface is made up of white Portland cement, marble sand and pigments. The second layer made of a mixture of Portland cement and sand had the function to absorb the excess water from the top layer. The third made with regular cement and sand porosity which facilitates adherence of the floor during installation.
Our tiles are still made as before. It is made piece by piece. The most common models that make up the bulk of our catalogue are pieces of 20x20 cm, while there and now we can offer you the same way, other measures.
Here we show a wide range of models but we can create infinite designs, from classical pieces to the Art Nouveau style, geometric or modernist designs.
In our workshops we have recovered old molds and made new ones with designs to suit today�s tastes and others that reproduce pieces that needed to be restored.
Our wide range of colours allows us to cover all the tastes.
So we can offer our clients a product of great beauty and quality which fortunately is again of interest to many interior designers and architects worldwide.