Ragno’s Realstone stone-effect stoneware collections now include a new range: Realstone_Argent, which offers a contemporary take on the typical shades and textures of ancient sedimentary rock.
Realstone_Argent is a surface covered with small marine fragments that give the impression of a stone that seems to have been formed millions of years ago. The graphic effect, which is even and marked by subtle shades, makes the collection ideal for designing minimal, clean spaces.
Realstone_Argent provides a neutral and elegant base for designers who want to focus on the interpenetration of spaces and who want to create environments in which the boundary between interior and exterior space, between horizontal and vertical surfaces, is eliminated.
A neutral, matt-effect palette featuring the natural Sabbia and Avorio colours: these shades guide the collection in a continuum with a minimal, pure look. The small vein patterns on the surface embellish the size and recall chromatic mottling typical of sandstone. The stoneware recreates the surface, tactile sensations and appearance of sedimentary rock, an ancient and timeless stone reinterpreted to characterise contemporary spaces.
There are two sizes in the Realstone_Argent collection: a 120x120 cm square slab and a 60x120 cm rectangular version, both with a skim thickness of 6 mm, ideal for covering both floors and walls. The large size can be extensively used in projects in which visual continuity must be enhanced through horizontal and vertical surfaces.
The tiles are made of through-body coloured fine porcelain stoneware, featuring a rectified edge and single working size to minimise joints, and boast technical characteristics that ensure resistance to frost and deep abrasion. Thanks to StepWise technology, the collection also features high slip resistance and a soft-touch surface that is easy to clean due to its lack of surface roughness.