The contemporary tiles industry is erasing the boundaries between natural and industrial, raw and processed materials.
Nowadays is virtually possible to simulate the appearance and texture of any material in ceramic.
Like COTTO’s Marmo granito tile, which gives you the feeling of a natural stone. Tile SASHI (slice in Japanese) is a collection of bathroom furniture inspired by the act of slicing a raw material in order to build something new.
To give a softer appeal to the tiled surface, pastel colours are used on the junctions and other natural materials, such as red clay and cork, are added to the mix.
By SLICING the tiles in thin strips, we are able to give a three-dimensional configuration to a flat material, making it become part of the surface of the furniture and, in this way, mimetizing it with the bathroom architecture.
Designed for ‘Cotto Another Detail’ exhibition presented in Milan at Ventura Lambrate. Special thanks to Show me design & art Gallery 2014 // In collaboration with Ryosuke Fukusada. Available for edition.
Photos by Alfredo Dante Vallesi