Keraben Grupo showcases its latest products at CERSAIE 

27 September 2018

Yet again Keraben Grupo was present at this year’s edition of CERSAIE, the leading international event in ceramic tile design.  

At the show, the company presented the new innovative formats, textures and finishes that it has added to its extensive range, inspired by the world around us.

Through its three brands–KerabenMetropol and Casainfinita–, the company exhibited its latest wall and floor tiles in a setting with the emphasis on enjoyment of the more minor things in life.

Rue de Paris collection by Keraben.

At an attractive 600m2 stand, under the ‘Slow Life’ slogan, visitors were able to get to know the latest wall and floor tiles through a series of restful pleasant settings in the form of a resort.  

Once again, in keeping with the approach to design with which the company is synonymous, Keraben Grupo’s different brands have come up with modern-looking tile solutions inspired by natural materials like wood or stone. The colour spectrum of most of the collections presented this year ranged from white, grey, steel and copper to neutral colours like beige or cream.

Among the contemporary-look collections presented by Keraben, mention must be made of Rue de Paris, its latest cement-effect collection, which combines the beauty of cement with the magnetism of metal in steel and copper and oxidized effects. Other highlights were the Cadord collection, which unites two natural materials by combining wood with stone, and the stone-effect Boreal collection, which emulates all the power and strength of volcanic stone in strong contemporary style.  

Cadord collection by Keraben

EIn Metropol’s settings, collections could also be seeninspired by nature and by industrial looks. These included Zenaclassy cosmopolitan collection that brings cement to interior design in elegantfashion; Arcwitha trend-setting industrial appearance, inspired by the sheet metal used to makethe sunken ship the Prince Albert; and Loire, inspired by East Asian oak wood.

Zen collection by Metropol

One collection by Casainfinita that drewall eyes was Camelot, inspired by Piacentina stone and specially conceivedfor settings where a sensory allure and intensity are sought, achieved throughits naturally aged decadent appearance. 

In addition to the field tiles in thiscollection, Camelot also features a Conceptrelief-textured décor inspired by Visigoth art for an added nostalgic feel.   

Camelot collection by Casainfinita

In short, Keraben Grupo showcased a selection of products by its three brands that are all set to bring an innovative trendsetting appeal to living spaces, in addition to a genuine sense of wellbeing.  

What do you think of them all?

Download the 2018 catalogues by Keraben, Metropol and Casainfinita