As the aesthetic appeal of concrete continues to grow in contemporary interiors, so
too does the demand for alternative materials offering the same visual appeal but also
providing greater technical performance.
Artedomus’ expanded Beton collection offers a practical, high-performance alternative
to traditional concrete. These innovative surfaces look and feel like concrete while
offering the technical benefits of porcelain. The Beton collection allows designers and
architects to create striking concrete-inspired interiors using a combination of Artegres tiles and large-format Artetech Porcelain Panels for benchtops, floorings, walls and splashbacks.Artetech is a range of large-format, technical, pressed Porcelain Panels created
specifically for benchtops, flooring, walls and splashbacks. The new Artetech Beton
collection has a finish that authentically recreates the look of concrete, produced
randomly with a rolled and printed texture so that there is no visible pattern or
repetition. The 10 colours range from ice and white to graphite and brown, and include
dust, rope, beige, grey, mud and smoke.
Artetech Beton is available in two sizes and two thicknesses for a multitude of
purposes. The largest panels are 2500 millimetres by 1190 millimetres, reducing the
need for joints in a surface. They come in the option of 6-millimetre or 12-millimetre
thickness, the latter being particularly suitable for a kitchen island bench. The ten
concrete-inspired colours have through-body colouring so that edges can be honed.
Artedomus will stock a selection of colours, with others available on custom order.
The second-size panel is 2500 millimetres by 900 millimetres with 12-millimetre
thickness. It is available in three through-body colours – graphite, rope and smoke –
and is a custom item to reduce wastage on benchtops and splashbacks.
Artegres Beton tiles are available in the same 10 concrete-inspired colours to
complement the large-format ceramic panels. The range includes three sizes and two
thicknesses (12 millimetres and 4.8 millimetres), and smooth, natural-finish tiles can
be blended with structured, texture-finish tiles to create a variety of surface effects.
These blends are very unique in the market and offer designers and architects the
opportunity to play with pattern and texture, while still achieving the sought-after look
Artedomus is setting the benchmark in truly exceptional architectural surfaces, tiles,
stone, bathware and furniture. The new Beton collection of pressed Porcelain Panels
and tiles is on display at Artedomus’ four showrooms across Sydney, Melbourne,
Brisbane and Perth, and viewable online at www.artedomus.com.