One of the Ural Regional Tourism Office’s exhibition rooms, in Russia, is called the ‘Gemstone Ring’, visited every day by tourists in search of information or else wishing to learn more about industry in the Ural Mountains.
Given the building’s high visitor numbers, the architects in charge of the design project needed to choose wall and floor tiles that were both resistant and low on maintenance. One of the best choices for situations of this kind is Ferroker, since it is one of the hardest, most resistant collections by Venis.
More specifically, the design studio Altanta decided to use 59.6x120cm tiles from the Ferroker range for all the flooring, through our distributors Salon Bomond EKB. This model’s metallic finish has a certain industrial look in keeping with the theme of the room.
Because the room’s furniture and accessories also featured a certain touch of metal, the tile design fitted in to perfection. The floor tiles also blended in well with the items on display in shades of brown and rust.
The exhibition room also features wall paintings and an area that simulates the sea bed in paler bluish colours, thus guaranteeing an attractive contrast.
One of Venis’ flagship collections
Ferroker was launched over a decade ago and today it continues to be one of Venis’ premium collections. Available in a multitude of different inter-combinable formats and shades of colour, it can be used to create attractive dynamic-looking living spaces while also guaranteeing a high resistance.
In total, Ferroker features five different formats and seven shades of colour. The darkest one is the colour chosen for this exhibition room in the Urals (Russia), although there are also paler models able to create more innovative futuristic settings.