MOSAIC TILES, GLASS MOSAIC

MOSAIC TILES, GLASS MOSAIC

VitroGres glass mosaic is intended for walls and floors, as a covering, decoration or accent. This is a high-quality material with superb resistance to weather conditions.

Given that neither time, chemicals nor living organisms are able to damage Vitrogres glass mosaic, it is perfectly suitable for designing bathrooms, saunas and pools.

In addition to different patterns, the glass mosaic also offers texture. By using different compositions, it is easy to add character and uniqueness to the surface without disrupting the homogeneity of the surrounding environment.

VitroGres offers mosaic tiles in a diverse range of sizes and colours. Furthermore, customers can order a mosaic picture based on their own drawing or idea. By using different product combinations, aesthetically beautiful and highly decorative solutions can be achieved.

Installation

The surface is covered with a layer of 2–3 cm thick glue or cement mixture onto which the mosaic tiles are placed. For fixing, the surface is rubbed with wooden or rubber mounting plate. Then, by wetting the paper, it can be removed. After removing the dust, the joints are filled with a special mixture and finished with a sponge.

Trend is all about the flow. It is energy, movement, development. It is a vision of the future, the ability to use innovative materials and colour combinations.
In the Trend mosaic collection, the combination of Italian craftsmanship and the American temperament with its innovative mind is expressed with creative intensity.

Coloured glass, agglomerate, enamel, gold leaf, mosaic block (terrera) and natural stone: a unique solution in which the colour, shape and material blend with a perfect harmony.

Trend was founded in 2000 By Pino Bisazza. With a product range featuring glass mosaic, agglomerate, stone and Venetian enamel, Trend has become an industrial leader and pioneer in creating the styles of the future. Glass mosaic designs are now being used for floors, walls, interior design, exterior facades, urban design, hotels, and cruise ships.

The benefits of agglomerate include its heat and acid resistance and durability. Produced in a 'green' way, agglomerate can be used on both floors and walls. In addition, it can be easily used to combine different images, and also create, for example, kitchen surfaces. Thanks to its zero water absorption and large dimensions, agglomerates can be used in places requiring high standards of hygiene, such as hospitals, kindergartens, etc.