Realstone, the power of stones in the Ragno tiles Realstone, the power of stones in the Ragno tiles
Design

Realstone, the power of stones in the Ragno tiles

Written by Redazione |

13 June 2017

Ragno is a leading global brand in the ceramic tile sector and since 1949 has exported the typical Made in Italy aesthetics and quality abroad. The company’s aim is to provide creative, high quality and innovative products. 

The brand now boasts the Realstone collection, a perfect mimicry of three stones, Quartzite, Cardoso, and Jerusalem, which are characterised by the graphic and chromatic variety and for the softness of the surface.  

Realstone is a technical crossover stoneware tile created for both indoors and outdoors and can be used either in residential or public areas. This collection was designed to be matched with other materials and adapts in particular to wood effect stoneware tiles. It is also ideal to be used on both floors and walls of indoor and outdoor environments with the possibility of creating indoor and outdoor visual continuity solutions.

A product that builds on nature to shape contemporary architecture, in a constant play between material and technology.

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