Tadelakt, the new Cir Ceramiche
collection is inspired by the centuries-old technique used in Morocco for plastering, in particular collective meeting, self-care or hospitality places, such as hammam and riad. Tadelakt, in which color is infused into thicknesses and draws shaded and enveloping patterns, is a textured, water-resistant and easy-care coating. It represents an inexpensive and very clever technique that has used Moroccan lime to decorate and waterproof walls for centuries.
Inspired by the functional and aesthetic characteristics of the original material, Cir Ceramiche launches its porcelain stoneware collection that offers the same tactile uniformity and has a slightly glossy effect.
Tadelakt offers a palette, inspired by the colors of Marrakech and the Moroccan territory, which includes a range of seven colors: the soft green of mint tea, the black of the Atlas Mountains, the ocher of the streets, the red of spices, the beige of cumin and the white of flowers. Jasmine, Atlante, Medina, Barberè, Nanà, Summax, Kamun: warm, soft colors that stand out next to the more sober tones of essential interiors and easily harmonize with places inhabited by water and heat such as spas and wellness centers.
Each Tadelakt shade is produced in four sizes from the smallest 10x40cm to the largest 120x120cm. For the latter dimension, there are also ornamental patterns to combine with solid colors to create real scenographies. Furthermore, the thickness of the stoneware makes it possible to imagine vertical and horizontal coverings.
Perfect for contemporary architectural surfaces, the Tadelakt range is also ideal for covering accessories and furnishings.