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Thin Porcelain 2400x1200mm

Diverse Designs!

3 Finishes, 2 Thickness

The concept of the large format MONOLITH slabs goes beyond the traditional thinking about design.


The monolithic, consistent coherence is breath-taking.
It connects perfectly with the non-standard requirements of the public space. It creates lots of room for inspired and free arrangements.


The big format stands not only for the aesthetic but also practical aspects.

The MONOLITH slabs do not require painstaking arrangements. This definitely fosters and speeds up
the assembly process and interior renovation.

Application

The MONOLITH slabs are a good solution outdoors and indoors alike,
on walls and on floors, on facades and as covering of kitchen table tops or furniture.

Sizes & Thickness

The basic MONOLITH slab dimensions are 2398 x 1198 mm.
The collections consist of several functional formats 6 or 10 mm thick, available as part of the modular system.

6 mm

2400 x 1200

(2398 x 1198)

1200 x 1200

(1198 x 1198)

10 mm

800 x 800

(798 x 798)

600 x 600

(598 x 598)

600 x 300

(598 x 298)

900 x 450

(898 x 448)

1200 x 600

(1198 x 598)

Colours & Finishes

Inspired by Concrete

Inspired by Stone

Properties

The MONOLITH slabs are extremely resistant to water, stains, high temperature, frost and abrasion.
They owe their versatile functionality also to the exceptional aesthetic properties and the ability to transform any difficult location.

The large format indicates a small amount of grout i.e. an impression of a nearly solid surface.

A MODULAR SYSTEM

The MONOLITH slabs can be freely arranged by taking into account the thickness

and the other dimensions in the course of configuration.

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