Discover the new collections, born from the encounter between technical features, aesthetics and the unmistakable design Made in Florim.
Match-Up of Cerim features an interplay of different contrasts that interrupt the barenessof minimalist interiors through tactile patchwork suited to a balanced mix and match of styles and colours. Match-Up is therefore a fresh project that places no limits on individual choices and enhances the space with a few carefully chosen interchangeable elements that express your ideas and personal taste.
The industrial history of Floor Gres, in which intuition and technology are merged with a keen focus on the quest for aesthetic appeal, results in a full body collection, produced to the highest standards of sustainability, contributing towards building the city of the future.
Rêves de Rex
Inspired by the ancient and refined beauty of alabaster, the Rêves de Rex collection transforms the dream of contemporary elegance into reality through delicate nuances and precious colours that are perfectly in step with the most contemporary luxury living trends. From opulence and ostentation, the luxury world evolves towards more understated and balanced decorations notable for their minimalism.
Les Origines de Rex
Les Origines de Rex explores the harmonious beauty of white marble, combining the sense of luxury and sophistication that has always been associated with this intriguing material with the rigour of its aesthetic and balanced vein patterns, in accordance with the most contemporary decorative trends. The luminous and timeless design of the collection is open to many different stylistic interpretations, from classical to minimalist and through to the warm and natural tones of the Nordic style.
Sensi of Casa dolce casa
“Sensi of Casa dolce casa” Designed by Matteo Thun surprises visually and tactilely with attractive neutral shades that shape fluid spaces. Surfaces and interplays of light define a decorative concept inspired by non-colour and the graininess of earth.
Chimera | Elena Salmistraro
In Chimera, Elena Salmistraro merges rigour with self-expression, in a graphic grammar laden with symbolic meaning. Originating from four graphic themes, this family of large slabs has a striking visual extroversion, with motifs that blend different graphic and colour codes with scraps that mimic the surfaces of stones, fabrics and leathers. In this expressive carousel, constantly pursuing the guiding image of the chimera, the designer orchestrates intriguing implanted figures, amplified by the use of an innovative ceramic surface finishing technique.