The Crogiolo Lume tiles are available in several deep, mottled colours and in an unusually elongated format of six by 24 centimetres, so they create a distinctive finish.
They are modelled on the densely glazed handmade majolica tiles of the Mediterranean, but are given an update in Marazzi’s state-of-the-art factories.
The tiles boast straight edges that enable nearly joint-free installation, and they are frost proof and resistant to deep abrasion. The range comes in six colours: white black, green, blue, musk and greige.
Marazzi recommends Crogiolo Lume for walls, although floors are also a possibility in private homes with a low level of traffic.
The Lume tiles are part of Marazzi’s Crogiolo collection, named after its first factory, The Crogiolo, which was later transformed into the brand’s experimentation division.
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