TRADITION BY STONES - India's long history, dating back to 3200 BC has been influenced considerably by the disposition, development and use of stones. Other construction materials have also left deep imprints on the architectural heritage of the country with innumerable temples, forts and palaces of Ancient Indian Civilization.
WOOD & KNOTS - Wood has long been used as an artistic medium, is a hard, fibrous tissue found in many trees. It has been used for hundreds of thousands of years for both interior and exterior and as a construction material. A knot is a particular type of imperfection in a piece of wood and exploited for visual effect. Within a knot, the direction of the wood (grain direction) is up to 90 degrees different from the grain direction of the regular wood.
CERAMIC TILES - There is a popular saying doing the rounds in the fashion scene today, i.e. "Ceramic is the new trend setter to create royal environment". And if you are someone who is in sync with new fashion trends & popular in the industry today, The Ceramic is the hottest one.
DÉCOR ELEMENTS- A Significant decorative spots can now be ornamented beautifully with eye-catching object d'art. Call it FIXATION. Large pieces in ceramic, vitrified, wood, metal, stone or art in abstract, natural, floral prints, or may be a fusion of all can now become the centerpiece of your interiors or exteriors. Here Endless Possibilities is a brand that allows anyone and everyone to showcase their creative expressions and is the right platform for the ones with taste.
TRANSITION METALS - A Precious metal is a rare metallic chemical element of high economic value. The demand for precious metals is driven not only by their practical use, but also by their role as investments and a store of value. It is often traditionally considered as a precious metal for its role in coinage, jewelry and gold effect.
WHITE FOR YOU - The Color White in our society: Pure, Cold and Clean White projects purity, cleanliness and neutrality. White is such a flexible color that even the renters will have no dearth of ideas. White being the only color in the room can be conjoined with furniture of other colors, depending on the usage of the space. The appearance of white in a dream is thought to represent happiness at home. In our day to day life there's nothing better than plain vanilla ice cream, am I right? And although it's probably more of a cultural thing, white is often viewed as the color of moral purity and goodness .
PROSPERITY - is the state of flourishing, thriving, good fortune and/or successful social status. Prosperity often encompasses wealth but also includes others factors which are independent of wealth to varying degrees, such as happiness and health .
Farritislat, Full bright body stone ware aesthetic glaze vitrified tiles - is a recent innovation in the ceramic industry, sourcing the most recent technology from Italy. Available in sizes 600 x600, 600 x300, 600 x900 , 600 x 1200 …….. Natural stones like slate, rocks, gems, carbon and marble have been carefully mimicked for your spaces.
PIXEL EVOLUTION - Designs that takes the tile industry in India with a fresh verve. Call it ‘Canvas - The Natural Essence’.
In order to create a distinct ambience Canvas offers interesting prints with each piece being completely different from the other. Thus, we chose to break the monotony and repetitiveness in designs . Canvas products are elegant, sophisticated and complements the tastes of both formal and not so formal environments. Architects and designers, who fancy ‘uniqueness in designs’, can now exhibit their creativity using Canvas.
Earthenware – Ceramic with a water absorption rate of more than 10% after firing it at temperatures between 950 - 1150°C is known as earthenware. Earthenware is easy to work and easy to decorate. Because it is so porous though, it should only be used indoors to prevent weathering caused by frost. Earthenware is mainly used as glazed wall tiles.
Stoneware - Stoneware has a water absorption rate of less than 3%. Stoneware is frost proof due to its low porosity. Compared to earthenware, stoneware has a higher density and a better mechanical strength.
Porcelain stoneware - Porcelain stoneware is characterized by its very low water absorption rate of less than 0.5%. Porcelain stoneware is manufactured under high pressure by dry-pressing fine processed ceramic raw materials with large proportions of quartz, feldspar and other fluxes. Afterwards, the body is baked at high temperatures (1200 - 1300°C) in a roller passage kiln. Due to its high breaking and wear resistance properties porcelain stoneware is often used in public areas and area
Architect and Designers can now meet latest trends in design market through our exquisite finishes in super gloss, satin matt and rustic finish, adding a lot of warmth to your spaces. While offering a variety of designs, colors, finishes, structures, textures and sizes we are turning into every creative minds delight.