Innovation In Interior Design: Extra-thin Tiles For Redevelopment Projects

Date: 30 November 2009
Source: Saint-Gobain Glass
Unexciting in the best sense of the word are the tile designs for 2010. After neo-baroque and opulent, floral patterns, the manufacturers are once again relying on classic design and natural looks.

Colours like beige, brown and charcoal-grey dominated in Mainz at this year's Raab Karcher Tile Preview from 8th to 10th September. The focus this year, in particular, was on technological innovations. Ultra-thin fine stoneware is one of the answers to the current demands of the market and the requirements of the customers. Also in the sector’s focus: healthy living with ceramics.
 
Saint-Gobain Building Distribution Deutschland GmbH
Miriam Kögler
Head of Interna Communications,
Corporate Publishing & Public Relations
Hanauer Landstraße 150 • 60314 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: +49 (0) 69 / 4 05 05-145 • Fax: +49 (0) 69 / 4 05 05-3 36
miriam.koegler@saint-gobain.com • www.sgbd-deutschland.com

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