Doga. Inspired by the naturalness of wood, the Doga collection combines a pleasant sensation of warmth with the technical features of the best porcelain stonewareCeramic tilesCeramic tiles are relatively thin slabs of ceramic materials in various sizes and thicknesses. As with all ceramic materials – for example (plates, cups, etc.), sanitary ware (wash basins, bidets, lavatories, etc.), building materials (bricks, roof tiles, hollow tiles, etc.) – ceramic tiles are made from a mixture of clay, sands and other natural substances.... Read more » obtained via pressing, with low porosityPorosity means the water absorption level that reaches the lowest values in porcelain stoneware tiles; higher values are typical of white body tiles, majolica, cottoforte and terracotta tiles. and made of a bright mix that can be uniformly coloured or shaded using powder mixes and grains of different sizes. The composition of the mix is very similar to that of vitreous china but raw materials are selected in order to contain the minimum percentage of... Read more » tiles. The surface is characterised by the knots and veiningVeining is a characteristic of ceramic tiles reproducing marble. In veined porcelain stoneware the veining is also reproduced in the tile body. In this way, in the event of small chips, the aesthetics of the product is not compromised. typical of sandblasted Oakwood staves and it is available in six elegant and warm colours.
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