Montreal, Canada, 2011-01-17 -
Each year, the team at Ramacieri Soligo travels the world to find unique and luxurious tiles that are ahead of the latest trends. No effort is spared to find new materials and interesting designs that will be the perfect complements to a room or even make the room! During many trips to Italy, team members repeatedly noticed a particular formwork with specific aesthetics and wished to bring it back to Canada. And then they fell in love with the Flow collection from Mutina, now available exclusively at Ramacieri Soligo in Quebec.
Flow is a contemporary and informal range of tiles, which can be applied to add simple elegance on floors, vertical surfaces, and stairs. Formal purity and smooth linearity are the main features of the collection. It plays with shades ranging from white through the full register of greys. Combined with the Ceramica collection, also available at Ramacieri Soligo, offered in the same shades, Flow presents a harmonious contrast between industrial and handmade textures. The idea behind this design is to imitate the very popular historical processes of forming that consists of pouring cement into natural wood moulds which allows the cement surface keep the print of the wood grain.
About Ramacieri Soligo
The leader in ceramics in Montreal since 1967, the Ramacieri family, led by third-generation entrepreneur Gianni Ramacieri, partnered with Raphael Soligo in 2004 in order to offer a wider variety of products, including high-end ceramics and plumbing fixtures, mostly from Italy. While the company is in constant expansion, Ramacieri remains a boutique establishment whose sole priority is to offer the best possible products and service, with a choice of products focused on quality and innovation.