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Published by Sugar & Cream, Friday 31 May 2024

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Inspired by the changeable iridescence of moonstone

Purity, sacrality, comfort: Fiandre Architectural Surfaces draws on the unique decorative power and changeable iridescence of Selenite, also known as moonstone, in the new Selenite Maximum collection.

Selenite, a translucent stone that symbolizes harmony and wellness, is the perfect material for creating spaces that reflect people’s emotions. Fiandre Architectural Surfaces offers natural ceramic surfaces that evoke a sense of light and simplicity, using innovative technologies. Porcelain, resembling lapis specularis, meets architects’ desires for balance and beauty, providing a contemporary solution with great aesthetic value.

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Sizes, Colours and Versions
Made from natural raw materials, this collection features three original colors – Selenite White Maximum, Selenite Greige Maximum, and Selenite Black Maximum. With large and smaller sizes available, these surfaces provide flexibility in application. Along with durability, mechanical strength, and resistance to chemicals, the Maximum surfaces are also easy to clean and only 6 mm thick. They bring a sense of spatial and spiritual renewal to any space.

Available in large 300×150 cm slabs and the smaller sizes 150×150, 150×75, 75×75, and 75×37.5 cm to offer the utmost flexibility in application

The Jewel Finish
The Selenite Maximum collection introduces the Jewel finish, which adds a romantic touch with its iridescent mineral and glassy material combination. This creates a luxurious stone effect with silvery reflections, offering a unique and visually stunning architectural experience.

Maximum and Sustainability
The search for beauty goes hand in hand with protection of the environment and promotion of health. In addition to a significant reduction in consumption of raw materials and energy due to their reduced thickness, MAXIMUM surfaces contain more than 40% recycled material by weight, in accordance with standard ISO 14021, for a higher score under the LEED & BREEAM systems. Maximum surfaces are GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD GOLD certified and included in the EPD (Environmental Product Declaration)  based on analysis of the product’s life cycle under standards UNI EN 15804 and ISO 14025, according to the “from cradle to grave” method (a list of certified collections is available at the link:

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