As the outcome of the company’s design capacity and continuous investments in research and innovation in production of advanced and ecological ceramic materials, Casalgrande Padana adds a further design to the collection of Bioactive Limpha ceramics: Coral Rose. It brings a touch of color to infuse chromatic depth into outdoor and indoor surfaces.
A collection of porcelain stoneware that clearly draws on the company’s environmental sensibility also in its formal aspects, like the leaves of climbing plants depicted on the surfaces, Limpha helps improve air quality by reducing pollution.
Enriched with Bios Self-Cleaning® bioactive coating, through light radiation the material is capable of decomposing organic substances and pollutants, transforming them into substances inert for the environment as they are deposited on the surface of the slabs, where they are easily eliminated by rainwater. (For example, a coating of 1000 square meters of facade with Bios Self-Cleaning® purifies the air as much as a forest the size of a football field, eliminating the nitrogen oxide emitted by 70 cars in the course of a whole day.)
A high performance and low environmental impact material (ISO 14001 and EMAS certifications), highly flexible in use and with exclusive technical properties (resistance to frost, abrasion and wear, resistance of colors to light and to flexion), added to its antibacterial, self-cleansing and pollutant reduction properties, with infinite applications for multiple uses and contexts.
Lackluster and obsolete volumes of buildings can be embellished to regain beauty and personality through the unique, iridescent and irregular textures of the green walls. And above all this material will improve their performance by eliminating maintenance costs.