A calm stone look in harmonious colours and many formats – this is the recipe for success of the HUDSON porcelain stoneware series from Villeroy&Boch Tiles. The high-quality architectural concept is now even more versatile: with the new, large 80 x 80 cm format in the colours sand, clay and volcano, the series enables up-to-date installations in a continuous surface with few joints – perfect for sophisticated designs in public and semi-public areas as well as in private homes.
The colour concept of the series comprises seven natural-looking colours: the three rather cool-looking grey variants ash grey, dark ash and magma and the warm sand tones white sand, sand, clay and volcano open up diverse calm surface designs in modern architecture.
The entire colour range is available in eight formats. Depending on the format, the tiles offer slip resistance from R9 to R11/C and are thus suitable for applications in private and public buildings, from private homes to hotels and office buildings to swimming pools and sauna and wellness areas.
The tiles are available in all colours in the formats 60 x 120 cm, 60 x 60 cm, 30 x 60 cm, 30 x 120 cm, 30 x 30 cm, 15 x 60 cm and 7.5 x 60 cm. In the colours sand, clay and volcano, the tiles are also available in the new 80 x 80 cm format, in the colours white sand, sand, clay and volcano also in the generous OPTIMA formats 120 x 120 cm and 120 x 260 cm. HUDSON also includes a 7.5 x 7.5 cm mosaic on 30 mesh and a 2.5 x 15 cm decorative rod mosaic. In addition, there are stair tiles measuring 30 x 120 cm with groove markings on the front edge, as preferred in public and semi-public projects, as well as 7.5 x 60 cm plinths and coved plinths measuring 10 x 30 cm.
With its purist sandstone design and easy-to-clean VilbostonePlus ceramic surface protection, HUDSON is ideal for all areas of application in which a contemporary, natural aesthetic is to be created with a resistant, easy-care and functional covering. In particular, HUDSON gives planners great design freedom for representative public and semi-public areas, such as entrance halls and corridors in hotels or office buildings, for showrooms, shops and guest rooms, as well as for sanitary facilities in hotels and restaurants.