On this page you can find the best textures and material libraries of ceramic tiles and floors.
Syncronia selects and collaborates with Made in Italy brands and provides complete catalogues for free with all information useful for the analysis between technical correspondence and design requirement.
Use the contact form to get free samples of the products available and to directly contact the technical office of the companies. Textures and material libraries are created in .rfa and .adsklib format for Revit and .mat for 3ds Max
The 3d textures of tiles and flooring are used for rendering programs such as 3ds Max, rendering engines such as V-Ray and Mental ray or graphics programs such as Photoshop. The material libraries, .rfa .mat or .adsklib format, provide a further advantage since it is possible to download and use ready-made materials that can be applied in rendering without having to create the material before. The materials present in the libraries supplied by Syncronia are ready to use and help obtain excellent quality with minimum effort.
Also present on this page are the 3d textures and material libraries for porcelain stoneware floors, ceramic tile floors and other outdoor floors.
For each floor or wall, Syncronia provides all colour and size variants available in the catalogue.
The 3d textures and material libraries for flooring and walls are made following the technical features of the product: gloss, roughness, brightness, size, uniqueness etc.
The 3d textures of floors and walls are made in such a way as to guarantee perfect application during the modelling and rendering of an environment.
The textures are supplied as seamless: thus ensuring the perfect application of the material, in a rendering, even on large surfaces without perceiving the repetition of the texture.
The diffuse texture provides an appearance of the material that, in the rendering processing, will correspond as much as possible to the real aspect of the material.
The texture bump has the task of providing that the grouting of the porcelain floor or ceramic tile is read adequately during the rendering phase.
While the specular texture serves to provide the image the idea of how light relates to the material, creating more or less reflections.
Stoneware or ceramic tile floors are products that easily adapt to outdoor environments thanks to their hydrophobic features and ease of washing.