Bits&Pieces is a porcelain stoneware collection of Ceramiche Piemme, the upshot of collaboration with designer Gordon Guillaumier.
Winner of ADI Ceramics Design Awards for the modularity and originality of décor, the different Bits&Pieces proposals are inspired by Palladian floors and those of the Greek and Roman classical period.
The company has developed two new tiles for the same collection: Pietra lavica/lava stone (Bits) in natural and polished versions in five colour shades; Graniglia di marmo/ marble grain (Pieces) in two colour shades and polished version only.
In the Bits tiles, the marble “tozzetto” leaves room for the wood-effect insert, while the polished grain tiles of Pieces includes marble fragments for a reinterpretation in modern guise of Palladian classic. Quad and Facet, the two different graphic textures.
Bits&Pieces is available in five sizes (60x60, 80x80, 120x120, 30x60, 45x90 cm) with 7 decorated tiles in the Quad version (with squared inserts) and Facet, where the inserts follow the broken line of the Palladian. 3D surfaces are also available (muretto warm/ cold 30x60 - groove polished 30x60 cm - bricks 45x90 cm).