Diamond goes beyond the concept of patterns to inhabit space itself. It is a completely innovative, pure line in spite of the way it references the history of leaded mosaic windows made from glass that refracts the light, creating shapes that dance. Diamond enables mosaic to leave its traditional image behind in favour of simple, elegant geometric forms.
Diamond is the collection that evokes the architecture of places of worship, with cathedral glass with vein patterns steeped in history, and references modern architecture with the Art Deco of the Chrysler Building by William Van Alen and the pure geometry of Frank Lloyd Wright. Diamond has acute angles.
The all-important role of grout
Diamond is first and foremost grout, the central factor in the decorative module. The grout creates a pattern that moves through the sheets of glass and guides the eye over algorithmic shapes. Diamond is a mosaic made of artistic raw materials.
Diamond is colour
It can be coloured with full tone and plain hues or can have a shaded and veined appearance. The unusual design allows the use of grouts in tone-on-tone shades for a refined effect, or in contrasting colours for a more eccentric, trendy composition.
Diamond is mosaic with a strong identity
Diamond has a strong identity, a style that is simultaneously succinct and volumetrically aerodynamic, opulent and luxurious. This is thanks to the blend of arithmetic, geometry and modern design with the ancient history of the art of Italian mosaic.
Diamond acquires centrality
Diamond is ideal for wall coverings and the creation of interior design panels and partition panels with a beauty which easily makes them the central features of the surrounding design scheme.