The Atlas Concorde brand specializes in large slabs for kitchen countertops, tables and furnishings

Large porcelain stoneware slabs: this is the focus of Atlas Plan, a brand of Atlas Concorde specializing in large slabs for kitchen tops, tables and furniture.

Indeed, porcelain stoneware is a material with extraordinary technical and performance characteristics that make it highly safe, hygienic, easy to clean and maintain and highly resistant to scratches, bending and high breaking loads. And it is a sustainable and ecological material characterized by an extraordinary aesthetic versatility that transforms the large Atlas Plan slabs into the ideal solution for furnishing elements such as kitchen island, backsplash, countertops, tables and cabinet doors.

Among the aesthetics interpreted in the Atlas Plan surfaces is Boost Stone Ivory, capable of creating a welcoming and elegant atmosphere thanks to the warm tone of the ivory-white background, from which fine veining and polychrome granular intrusions emerge .

The result is a stone-effect surface, capable of attracting the eye thanks to the mix of minimal essence and great plastic and material strength.

The Boost Natural Ecru variant, on the other hand, features delicate natural colours. To give a touch of sophistication to the kitchen environment, Atlas Plan also offers the large Calacatta Apuano slabs: inspired by the famous marble of the same name, they catch the eye with their luminosity and the extreme elegance of the details, like the fine veins ranging from light gray to dove gray.

Finally, among the sophisticated proposals, the majesty of Travertine marble could not be missing in the variant of the large Travertino Pearl slabs (opening photo): the classic elegance of this marble, always the protagonist of architecture, it is dressed in a light gray tone, warm and sober, characterized by details and dove-gray veins that represent its distinctive aesthetic element.

Cover photo: Travertine Pearl is the star of this kitchen environment with the cladding of the island, the back of the kitchen and the table, tracing a continuity of great aesthetic impact between these furnishing elements