The Brutalist movement descended from the Modernist architectural movement of the early 20th Century and flourished between 1950 and the mid-70s. Characterised by its use of raw concrete, a new generation of architects, designers and home-renovators is again being inspired by its bold materiality. Fibonacci Stone’s Steel and Pewter terrazzo tiles are reflective of the colour and materiality of this movement and have been developed to offer a contemporary material that complements the re-emergence of Brutalism. Steel introduces a bold blue grey tone to the range that’s reminiscent of unfinished steel; while Pewter offers raw grey silver – adding to the existing bright grey tones of Platinum terrazzo. Engineered to be a thin stone tile, the result is a terrazzo tile ideal for use in residential and commercial projects where a lightweight, natural and luxurious flooring solution is required. Steel and Pewter offer a strong, durable and hardwearing flooring surface. Fibonacci Stone’s terrazzo tiles are purpose-made to provide flexible and reliable hard surfaces that meet a wide range of functional and aesthetic requirements.
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