Montana ceramic tile

February 22nd, 2016 by retail design blog

Montana is a ceramic tile that was born from the observation of nature. The creative axis part of the essence, the raw material of the product, clay and environment from which it is extracted. Its design is inspired by the erosion caused by the wind on the rocks over time. Configured from planes, which offer us a shadows play and randomness when making combinations. This recalls the process of the natural creation of mountainous landscapes. At the same time, its triangular shape allows us to conceive geometrical forms, diagonals, lines, etc., in this way creating movement of the compositions. Thanks to its finishes and shapes it conveys simplicity and elegance, within a controlled disorder.

Work by two young Industrial Designers from Castellon, Alvaro Campos and Pedro Cayuela, which are immersed in the world of ceramics betting on new creative concepts. Collaborating with Peronda Group, inside the project of the university Jaume I (UJI) “new dimensions , new possibilities ” coordinated by Clausell studio and Eloy Quero. Presented at the Valencia Fair 2016 (Spain) in the Nude Generation hall.

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