The Policroma Collection of ceramics by Cristina Celestino for Florim takes inspiration from Italian architecture.
Policroma’s large slabs for vertical surfaces replicate the veining and colors of Italian marbles that are close to extinction such as Rosa Valtoce, which was used to build Milan Cathedral.
Policroma also references Marmorino plaster, a Venetian plaster with rich colors. Variations of green and pink give the collection an old-world style.
Celestino was inspired by ornate frames, Hermès scarves, and grand entrance halls, among other things. A rounded arch motif, for example, pays homage to grand Italian houses.
The wall covering collection includes pieces that can be combined artfully to create architectural and geometric compositions. Rectangular blocks of linear listello tile complement the continuous ceramic surface cladding.
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