Porcelain Tiles - Jacquard

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Interior wall and floor cladding

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Jacquard is a style of weaving that is defined by the fact that its process raises independent warp threads to create a textured pattern. Named after its creator, Joseph Marie Jacquard, a French weaver and merchant who lived during the late 1700s and early 1800s, this technique is the inspiration of Aparici's collection.

Harnessing the natural softness and delicateness of textile, enhanced with a subtly created textured pattern, Aparici's Jacquard collection creates a contradiction by combining it with a concrete effect to conceive a modern collection in their new 45x120cm wall tile format. This collection will prove equally stunning in residential as well as hospitality projects.