Villeroy & Boch
01 product description
Aesthetics and functionality form the basis for top-quality design - a standard set especially by modern architecture. For many years now, Villeroy & Boch has had tile collections on the market specifically targeting architects: premium, modular concepts crafted from vilbostone fine nonvitreous ceramic that give planners the greatest possible room to express their own personal styles when designing spaces. The important quality criteria here are strength of design, ease of care, robustness, resistance to frost, anti-skid properties and environmental friendliness.
With Crossover, Villeroy & Boch is now offering a modular fine nonvitreous ceramic concept that makes a clear and purist design statement. The look of these unglazed tiles is close to nature and modelled on volcanic stone in the colours grey and anthracite. The concept offers a variety of surfaces: matt with an anti-skid factor of R9 and, new, also with R10, and rough-polished and structured with an R11/B factor, suitable for use in wet areas in public buildings. Besides the rectified sizes 30 x 60 cm and 60 x 60 cm, there is also a new 45 x 90 cm size that is particularly good for creating spacious room concepts. Narrow sectional pieces at 7.5 x 60 cm and 15 x 60 cm complete the line. For decoration, there are 7.5 x 7.5 cm large mosaic tiles in grey and anthracite, each with surfaces either matt, rough-polished or structured, and adhered to a 30 x 30 cm mesh background for easier installation. There are stair steps with accessory grooves offering excellent safety for foot traffic.
Crossover has large-size tiles for use in public spaces with modern designs, for instance in entryways, corridors, at hotels and restaurants and in shops, and also in private residences. But wherever they are used, they always create a clearly delineated and spacious effect in every area.
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03 Articles about Villeroy & Boch
A thousand possible worlds of water
The noticeable trend at the ISH 2013: Under the sign of the transformation of the energy sector in Germany, technology is once again taking front seat, and not just in the energy sector, but in the bathroom, too. Yet there are various new designs all the same. And alongside wellness, the sector is also busy discovering health.› To the article
When a room requires a particularly personal touch, the Villeroy & Boch Artefactur is one of the first places people head for. Thomas Wagner spoke to Jacqueline Bauer and Heike Koltes from Villeroy & Boch Fliesen about the world of possibilities at the Artefactur.› To the article
The wall and its new extravagance
With their “Boudoir” tile series, Villeroy & Boch are offering not only elegant wall tiles, but also a truly captivating design concept.› To the article