A new style, with a new informal and instant opulence interpreting spaces, no longer linked to the ostentation of material goods but to giving full value to the spirit.
Unusual, striking combinations, layers of life-experience – both old and modern – and precious elements cohabiting perfectly with recycled items, create an atmosphere that tells a very definite story: a contrasting duality clearly expressing specific identities.
The strongly personal symbols hark back to a dimension of domestic intimacy.
The culture of past times takes a fresh look at the present: everything is connected, and a subtle, authentic thread really takes us back to an allure that is timeless.
This is the angle from which REX views each individual aspect of life, both social and personal, to build an aesthetic appeal tending towards beauty – an essential principle, and intrinsic to the very nature of human beings.
The relationship between man and nature shapes “ La Roche”: a french-style sedimentary stone.
Rex explores elegant contrasts where the romantic charm of the stone bursts through combinations rich in contemporary flavour.
La Rosche Blanc 40×80
is a glazed porcelain stoneware.
The porcelain stoneware tiles are obtained through a sintering process of ceramic clays, feldspar, kaolins and sand.
The raw materials are ground to a fine dust, then atomized until they reach a powder with a homogeneous particle size suitable for pressing.
In natural porcelain stoneware, surface and mass are identical. The stoneware tile presents a continuity of composition between surface and support that brings back a layer identical to the previous one with wear, without altering the aesthetic and functional characteristics of the floor.
The vitrified surface, an integral part of the tile structure, makes glazed porcelain stoneware an elegant and long-lasting material.
Glazed porcelain stoneware is easy to clean and particularly resistant to dirt and stains thanks to the glazing process which prevents the pigment of the stain from entering the pores of the tile.