Parkside launches three architectural tile collections at VDF products fair
Pulp is a collection of marble-effect porcelain tiles modelled on Arabescato marble – a type of veiny rock that is quarried in Italy.
The tiles are intended for use across walls and floors and are available in five different shades that each “capture the rich luxury of marble”, according to the brand.
Another collection that is modelled on stone is Solo. The tiles have a pared-back finish that evokes the ice crystal patterns found in Angolan granite, a type of igneous rock found in southern Africa.
Solo is designed to offer users “understated style” and is available with the granite-effect in three different colours.
The final collection, Spectre, is a series of iridescent tiles that were developed as a playful investigation into how light reacts with different glazes.
It is available in four shades and with three options of finishes – a pearlescent “hologram” glaze, a matte glaze and a gloss finish – which are intended to be used alone or in random combinations to create different effects.
The VDF products fair is a platform at the Virtual Design Festival that exists to offer designers and brands an affordable way to exhibit their designs.
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