Baldocer will once again be present at Cevisama more than two years after its last edition. The event is the return of the most important ceramic event in Spain and one of the most important worldwide, a showcase in which Baldocer presents new collections, formats and innovations. On this occasion, Baldocer is located on Level 2 Pavilion 4 Stand B28, with an exhibition area of 483 m² in which the brand’s most innovative proposals will be on display.
The great innovation that Baldocer has added to its product portfolio and which it is presenting for the first time at Cevisama are its new large format sheets with relief. Through Volcano, its latest release, the possibilities of this striking format are expanded, and now highlights the eternal value of natural textures to the maximum. The new collection also offers models in 120×120 and 60×120 formats in four colours:
Avorio, Bianco, Grigio and Nero.
Within this new product typology, a new format is also presented for the Dome series, which incorporates 260×120 cm. to its proposal, with both plain and embossed models in four colours: Bone, Nut, Ash and Anthracite. Thus, the collection reaffirms itself as a resource with great potential, completing an offer that already had porcelain and white body models in six different formats and even with thickened pieces for outdoor use.
The Baldocer stand at Cevisama will also show the latest thick porcelain tile formats: 120×120 cm. and 80×80 cm. The B&out range consists of 20 mm thick pieces that are ideal for outdoor use thanks to their exceptional technical characteristics. Its resistance to impact and temperature changes, durability and non-slip finish make it the perfect solution for gardens and terraces, industrial areas and water environments such as swimming pools and coastal areas.
The collections of the B|&out range are inspired by natural elements and transfer the aesthetics of the indoors to the outdoors, maintaining the same style. Baldocer expands its portfolio of thick formats, which already included models from different collections in 29.5×120 cm, 60×60 cm, 60×90 cm and 60×120 cm.
Together with the strong presence of marble, one of the most widely used effects in the design of ceramic products, natural inspirations predominate in the Baldocer stand, with special prominence given to stones. A series of new collections inspired in this timeless material and others that add new formats and models to vindicate the value of neutral textures, which transmit a restrained and elegant style through collections such as Volcano, Asphalt, Cutstone, Dome, Stoneland or Stracciatella.
Wood also takes centre stage thanks to floor and wall tiles with a warm and cosy feel. Northwood and Foresta redefine the concept of wood-inspired ceramics and offer products in porcelain and white body with a wide range of colours and a diversity of reliefs.
Baldocer’s proposal is complemented with basics and floral decorations, where Montmartre and Symphony stand out, and series inspired by cement (Detroit) and metallic (Clinker) to give an industrial touch.
Among Baldocer’s novelties at this edition of Cevisama, the firm is responding to the growing demand for indoor wall tiles in large formats. Thus, the stand will show new models of white wall tiles in 60×120 cm format. Basic and wood, some of them with decorations and reliefs, which extend the size of this type of material, which until now offered pieces of up to 40×120 cm.
In this way, Baldocer has managed to create a product that enhances the aesthetics of ceramic wall tiles, giving them greater presence and prominence. The series that represent this new format at the Baldocer stand are Montmartre, Foresta and Symphony.
The wide range of new marbles presented by Baldocer at this edition of Cersaie, together with other collections inspired by different materials, strengthens one of the most emblematic ranges of the brand: B|Thin, ceramic products that combine the characteristics of traditional ceramics and a fine thickness in a natural and polished finish.
Agate, Detroit, Legend and Statuario are presented as the exponents of this particular range, which is shown in porcelain pieces in 60×120 cm format.