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Super-sized Maximum tiles launch in Melbourne and Sydney

Feb 27, 2015
  • Article by Online Editor

All photography courtesy Deon Van Den Berg.

ADR was in attendance at the recent exclusive launches of Maximum Australia, a range of large format porcelain tiles developed by Graniti Fiandre Laboratories in Italy.

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Imbued with a festive Italian theme, the convivial event drew curious crowds from the architecture and design industry, serenaded by a accordionist while checking out the Maximum product range on show.

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At a generous 3000 × 1500mm, the porcelain panels lend themselves to a range of design applications. Their sizeable dimensions make it possible to cut to order, creating sleek benches and splash backs with minimum grout lines.

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Perhaps the most impactful application of the product was revealed by a designer on the evening, who had previously used a Maximum panel to top an entire table, in a finish giving the luxe appearance of genuine marble, without the weight and cost.

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Phil Brenton, Managing Director of Artedomus and Maximum Australia


At 6mm thick, Maximum’s pressed porcelain has a lightweight appeal, alleviating logistical and budget issues during construction. The tiles can also be used as a durable decorative cladding on building exteriors.

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The tile collection also comprises partially recycled materials, designed to replicate the patina of concrete as well as a variety of natural stone.

For more information, visit Maximum Australia.

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