Manchester Fashion Week is Here

Since our move to Manchester in April this year, Casa Ceramica are all for getting involved in the Manchester scene. The week commencing May 23rd, the annual Manchester Fashion Week is being held in the city centre.

With Manchester being well known for its industrial, fashion and textile industry, we thought this would be the perfect occasion to introduce the new Diesel Living Tile collection by Iris Ceramica.
The ceramic and porcelain tile collection designed by the popular fashion label Diesel, to create for floor and wall coverings. They explore five different moods paired with fabrics like canvas and rough fibre and with “aged” finishes, referencing industrial design and the vintage feel.

Camp


Camp is a canvas, sacking and tarpaulin combined with the glossy glazed surface which references to a military style for clientele who have known and loved the Diesel mood for a long time and are just longing to use it in their homes.

Industrial Glass


The typical outdoor glass of industrial windows enters the home and participates in this interior design. The tiles are combined to form wall panels, which may also include metals and craquelé textures.

Solid Concrete


An exaggerated imitation of urban concrete strikes a mood part contemporary and part time-worn. With the cracks, crazing concrete and variations in shade, the industrial inspiration is expressed in a very strong, explicit style.

Stage


Structured, corroded, dented, dulled metal, this finish is very distinctive, recalling the anti-slip surfaces. With an unusual innovative style, aggressive and uncompromising, this range would be ideal for homes and entertainment venues which acquire a strong character.

Hard Leather


With an diverse approach to interior design, the concept was able to find the right material such as even leather. Its charm is interpreted as the setting for both affinity and socialisation.

If you would like more information on the Diesel Living by Iris Ceramica collection, contact us at info@casaceramica.co.uk or take a look at their brochure here.

All images courtesy of Iris Ceramica.

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