FLEXIBILITY AND ADAPTABILITY FOR THE MOST MODERN INDOOR ENVIRONMENT
Technical indoor floors have been developed to meet the needs of the most modern indoor environments that require flexibility and adaptability without sacrificing the technical and aesthetic characteristics of porcelain stoneware.
Thanks to their versatility, these solutions allow the arrangement of the environments to be changed, allowing maintenance and re-utilization
- Traditional raised floor
A suspended flooring system where the walking area rests on a raised structure. Between the bottom and the floor, an accessible technical compartment is created to house the utilities.
- Loose-lay raised floor
Represents the combination of the practical maintenance of raised floors with flexibility of application.
Used with the need to make the ceramic product independent from the support, it allows greater flexibility of changes and integration over time than traditional raised floors.
- Loose-lay flooring
Designed to renew the aesthetics of the environments through the installation of new ceramic flooring directly on top of a pre-existing floor, this solution requires neither a bed, nor the use of glues or plasters. Installed simply by being placed, the sheets are positioned and removed without any masonry or demolition work and without the need for specialized labor.