Surfaces with a Purpose
Dubai’s leading interiors solution provider, Casamia is home to Italy’s pioneering Laminam surfaces that have revolutionized ceramic tiles for both indoors and outdoors
Italian ceramic surfaces specialist Laminam has long been hailed for its innovative approach and exceptional performance, and for breaking the traditional concept of surfaces. The brand is part of Dubai-based interiors solution provider Casamia’s impressive portfolio of surfaces. “At Casamia, we believe the inherent characteristics of a product define and reflect its heritage and quality. Laminam surfaces have always mesmerised us with their versatile yet minimal design aesthetic and are rightly renowned for being as innovative in form as in function,” the brand said.
“The large-format, full-body Italian porcelain slabs with minimal thickness come in a variety of lines and are suitable for a variety of applications across interior surfaces such as kitchens and flooring, as well as architectural façades.”
Their exterior surfaces not only propel the production of oxygen but also break down polluting substances – the result of Laminam’s dedication to and research into offering sustainable and ecologically conscious products. When used inside, a Laminam surface can inhibit the growth of microbes, bacteria and mould, making it the optimal choice not only for floor slabs but also kitchen counters. Featured is the scenic Mysk Al Faya Retreat in Sharjah, a project that is close to home for Casamia and an iconic hallmark for the Italian brand. The views from the Mysk Al Faya retreat are as unprecedented as the expansive use of Laminam across its architecture, which is masked in Ossido Bruno, with colours inspired by the trunks of trees, capturing the essence of nature even in a stark desert landscape. “As the exclusive distributor of this greatly futuristic company, Casamia resonates with Laminam’s brand identity, promoting a continually developing process that combines art, creativity, technology, safety and respect for the environment,” Casamia says.