Although metal is one of the most commonly used materials in architecture and construction, this year it is also one of the most in-demand for interior design and home décor trends. However, whereas a few years ago we saw luxury metals such as rose gold, silver or copper, the type of metal used these days has a more industrial, time-worn appearance with marked contrasts, filling rooms with personality.
We Present the Grespania Distrito Tile collection, a porcelain tile that perfectly recreates metal slabs that have been exposed to inclement weather, creating graphically rich surfaces. The result is elegantly urban and industrial spaces in a new architectural era where the only limit is the imagination.
The Distrito series comes in the colours aluminium, corten, zinc, iron and ivory, a colour palette that provides a defined industrial-inspired effect, closely aligned with current décor and interior design trends thanks to its notable architectural texture.
The mix of cold and warm tones, such as aluminium and ivory, makes this series a sure bet for the home. But if you want to go for more expressive, daring colours, darker metallics such as anthracite, zinc or corten are the way to go: as well as creating a striking appearance wherever they are used, they look like genuine works of art.
AN ANSWER FOR EVERY SPACE
Innovative and contemporary, the Distrito series is excellent for use in both public and private spaces. Thanks to the versatility of this series in terms of formats and thicknesses, Distrito is the ideal solution for any architectural project, helping to unify spaces under the same aesthetic criteria.
The District wall tile is available in 45×120 cm format, complemented by 60×60 porcelain floor tile, it is inspired by a metal aesthetic, which provides a sense of modernity and luminosity without losing the strong features of the original material such as its characteristic rust spots.
An innovative touch is provided by the Holborn decorative piece, a stripped, multicoloured metal plate which highlights the rusty tones; and the triple-fired decorative piece Garden, where again the plant aesthetic takes over the walls to create a bold room design.
The Chelsea relief adds geometric volume to the walls, breaking with the spontaneity of the graphics and creating a visual playfulness.
Distrito thus becomes a concept series that provides solutions and aesthetic continuity to any architectural or interior design project.