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Tr3nd by Ergon

Amazing combinations for designing interiors with a unique style.

In the Tr3nd ceramic collection by Ergon from Emilgroup

Concrete, wood and majolica. The Tr3end ceramic collection by Ergon will delight the most demanding architects, with a combination of concrete, wood and majolica. A minimal series where the elegant matt of concretes and the sobriety of natural wood meet the shine and tactile richness of majolica. Infinite combinations and versatility. Tr3nd by Ergon is a very versatile ceramic solution with the potential for extraordinary combinations, to free up projects' imagination and generate trend-setting combinations, ideal for designing both large surface and smaller interiors, with a unique style.
Tr3nd - 2521

Sizes and colours

6,5 mm

120x240 cm

9 mm

6x25 cm
12,5x25 cm

9,5 mm

120x120 cm
20x120 cm
30x60 cm
60x120 cm
60x60 cm
90x90 cm

10,5 mm

22,5x180 cm
90x180 cm

Finishes

Lucido

Naturale

R10 DIN 51130

B (A+B) DIN 51097

Wet ≥ 0.50 WET DCOF

≥ 0.40 B.C.R.A.

P2 AS 4586

2 UNE 41901

Shade variations

V3

V3 High

Intended uses

HEAVY COMMERCIAL--Alto traffico pedonale (es. stazioni ferroviarie, aereoporti, centri commerciali)

Decors

DECORO NEEDLE - 30X30
Tr3nd - BLACK
BLACK
Tr3nd - BROWN
BROWN
Tr3nd - GREY
GREY
Tr3nd - IVORY
IVORY
Tr3nd - SAND
SAND
Tr3nd - SMOKE
SMOKE
Tr3nd - TAUPE
TAUPE
Tr3nd - WHITE
WHITE
LISTELLI SFALSATI - 30X60
Tr3nd - BLACK
BLACK
Tr3nd - BROWN
BROWN
Tr3nd - GREY
GREY
Tr3nd - IVORY
IVORY
Tr3nd - SAND
SAND
Tr3nd - SMOKE
SMOKE
Tr3nd - TAUPE
TAUPE
Tr3nd - WHITE
WHITE
MOSAICO 3X3 - 30X30
Tr3nd - BLACK
BLACK
Tr3nd - BROWN
BROWN
Tr3nd - GREY
GREY
Tr3nd - IVORY
IVORY
Tr3nd - SAND
SAND
Tr3nd - SMOKE
SMOKE
Tr3nd - TAUPE
TAUPE
Tr3nd - WHITE
WHITE

Catalogues

Catalogue

Tr3nd-catalogo-2428

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Certifications

GREENGUARD GOLD UPEC D+
PROJECTS

Le realizzazioni di Ergon - Tr3nd

Magazine

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