At Cersaie 2014, Vidres will be located in Hall 33 with a new stand resized for the occasion. Inspired by a modern Museum, its avant-garde lines and distribution of spaces allows to expose projects using large surfaces that makes that the viewer can perceive and enjoy them in all their dimensions.
Major collections presented in this Edition cover a wide range of natural stones, from the style more avant-garde to those of rustic and traditional aesthetics (quartzite, Slate, limestone, volcanic stones…). Cements also have a leading role, which highlights the formwork and metallic. As for Woods, occur as tropical timber and modern oak wood.
Finally note “finish Kerinox products”, which differ from the prior submitted, in its ability to be colored using digital inks, with traditional colours and special inks.
The wall tile collections will provide a wide range of finishes and differential textures. We will see: Matt digital effects, reactive inks finish, micaceous effects, digital luster effects, metallic effects, HDM micro-reliefs...