Harpa Volcano 8x48

SKU
HARPA08
The hostile nature without trees, with many rocks, intense wind and low temperatures was highlighted in the research for Harpa: Architectural materials are mostly imported from the concrete. Aluminum is benefited in Iceland and is widely used in construction. The color chart of the country has great influence of the environment and usually includes the color lead. Concrete and metal dyed of that color, and the use of volcanic stones, well represent this mood. The result of all these perceptions is a porcelain concrete surface in the Fjord and Volcano colors, having its main characteristic the movement of the tones, which represents the intensity of Icelandic nature. An expressive and equally intense surface that also reveres one of the country’s major architecture works, the Harpa Concert Hall.
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  • Material Porcelain

  • Finishes Matte

  • Application Floor and Wall

  • Varation Index V3: Moderate Variation

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Product Description
The hostile nature without trees, with many rocks, intense wind and low temperatures was highlighted in the research for Harpa: Architectural materials are mostly imported from the concrete. Aluminum is benefited in Iceland and is widely used in construction. The color chart of the country has great influence of the environment and usually includes the color lead. Concrete and metal dyed of that color, and the use of volcanic stones, well represent this mood. The result of all these perceptions is a porcelain concrete surface in the Fjord and Volcano colors, having its main characteristic the movement of the tones, which represents the intensity of Icelandic nature. An expressive and equally intense surface that also reveres one of the country’s major architecture works, the Harpa Concert Hall.
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Product Description
The hostile nature without trees, with many rocks, intense wind and low temperatures was highlighted in the research for Harpa: Architectural materials are mostly imported from the concrete. Aluminum is benefited in Iceland and is widely used in construction. The color chart of the country has great influence of the environment and usually includes the color lead. Concrete and metal dyed of that color, and the use of volcanic stones, well represent this mood. The result of all these perceptions is a porcelain concrete surface in the Fjord and Volcano colors, having its main characteristic the movement of the tones, which represents the intensity of Icelandic nature. An expressive and equally intense surface that also reveres one of the country’s major architecture works, the Harpa Concert Hall.

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Material
Porcelain
Thickness (mm)
10mm
Chemical Resistance
Resistant
Application
Floor and Wall
Finishes
Matte
SKU
HARPA08
Size in (Nominal)
8x48
Usage
Residential or Commercial
Water Absorption
< 0.5%
Frost Resistance
Resistant
DCOF
≥0.42
Stain Resistance
Resistant
Scratch Hardness (mohs)
7
Varation Index
V3: Moderate Variation
Country of Origin
United States
Glazed
Yes
Color Name
Volcano
Sample Available
Yes
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