Paris

Rectangular tiles were created to cover the tunnels of the London subway, but it was in Paris in the first decades of the 20th century that, under the influence of Art Nouveau, it gained a beveled finish.

The typical entrances of the first stations of Paris, made in iron and signaled with the word Metro in stylized calligraphy, are accompanied by the beveled rectangular tiles in the tunnels where the wagons stop.

“Warm and sophisticated.”

Paris reproduces the pottery of the Parisian seasons in a current color chart that proposes to go through the collection of materials and textures of interior decoration. Composed of neutral tones, lightly heated, and more vibrant tones also with a hint of heat, connected with a warm and sophisticated mood.