Born in Renaissance Italy, this glazed terracotta tile was taken up and enriched by arab civilization. Azulejos, majolica, Arab-Moorish ceramics or hand painted designers creations, earthenware has undeniable practical advantages. They are particularly resistant to moisture and scartches and are easy to maintain. It is heat resistant and is ideal for underfloor heating.
In a small italian town called Faenza, during the Renaissance, a decorated white enameled terracotta object appears. In Spain and North Africa, the islamic wordl did not take long to appreciate it and enrich its ornaments. Azulejos, majolica, arab-moorish ceramics or hand painted designers' creations, traditional or contemorary type earthenware has undeniable practical advantages.
These glazed terracotta tiles are particularly resistant to scratches and don't fear humidity. Easy to maintain, this type of floor can be cleaned with agressive products. It's heat resistant and is ideal for underfloor heating. Its technical qualities allow a wide variety of shapes and decorations.