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  • PRISM

    The authenticity of a timeless material meets graphics with character to give life to a product of extreme realism and excellent technical performance, capable of reinterpreting the suggestions of the Italian artistic tradition in a new contemporaneity. With Prism, the new Atlas Concorde collection, thirteen soft shades selected by architect Piero Lissoni color the world of the resin effect, allowing you to design spaces with a strong and elegant character. The signs of the manual processing of the trowel thus come to life on the porcelain stoneware surfaces and white-body wall tiles, recreated with chromatic depth and graphic detail. All Prism surfaces can be juxtaposed with each other in color combinations with a strong personality, tone-on-tone combinations or bolder four-tone contrasts. In addition, the two grape-colored accents Grape and earthenware Caramel guarantee chromatic discontinuities of great impact with all the colors of the collection.

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  • 3D WALL - ATLAS CONCORDE

    Three-dimensional ceramic surfaces furnish every environment with elegance and dynamism. The reliefs of the wall covering give life to particular games of chiaroscuro with a marked sculptural impact.

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  • ARTY - ATLAS CONCORDE

    Inspired by the spatula cement, the evolved e-wall surface is enhanced by a slight structure and surprising light reverberations, for a furniture finish with a great aesthetic impact, pleasantly velvety to the touch and with an overall effect of singular pastiness.

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  • EWALL - ATLAS CONCORDE

    Inspired by the spatula cement, the evolved e-wall surface is enhanced by a slight structure and surprising light reverberations, for a furniture finish with a great aesthetic impact, pleasantly velvety to the touch and with an overall effect of singular pastiness.

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