Extra large, light, thin, strong and durable, MAXIMUM pressed porcelain panels offer designers the ultimate architectural surface for commercial and multi-residential projects.
Sized at 3000 × 1500 mm with profiles starting at 6mm thin, this extraordinary, all natural, eco-friendly product, has been developed and made in Italy by Graniti Fiandre using leading edge, pressed porcelain technology and is fast becoming the contemporary surface of choice for leading architects and designers.
With its outstanding durability, thermal stability and resistance to scratching, staining, heat and frost in a range of more than 40 beautiful colours and finishes, MAXIMUM is the ultimate, versatile finish for interior and exterior from benchtops and splash backs through to walls, floors and cladding.
Here are a two of the latest commercial developments to successfully incorporate MAXIMUM.
The Moreton Residential Development, Bondi for Mirvac
This contemporary development in the heart of Bondi features five residential buildings ranging from two to eight storeys on the 11,138 sqm site.
Designer: Smart Design Studio
MAXIMUM Fabrication + Installation: Stone Alliance, Sydney
140 panels of MAXIMUM 3000 × 1500 × 6mm Marmi Calacatta matt, to apartment lobby walls.
250 panels of MAXIMUM 3000 × 1000 × 6mm Marmi Calacatta matt to splashbacks, fascia panels on islands and feature panels in bathroom
175 panels of MAXIMUM 3000 × 1000 × 6mm Marmi Bright Onyx matt to splashbacks, fascia panels on islands and feature panels in bathroom
19 panels of MAXIMUM 3000 × 1000 × 6mm Marmi Travertino matt splashbacks, fascia panels on islands and feature panels in bathroom
Scale of project granted special 3000 × 1000mm size for Bright Onyx & Travertino panels.
Astral Residences at The Star, Sydney
A luxurious refurbishment of 150 serviced apartments as part of a $130 million dollar renovation of Star’s Pyrmont apartment complex.
Client: Star Entertainment Group
Designer: Webb +
Builder: Shape Builders
MAXIMUM Fabrication + Installation: Nash Group, Sydney
Photography by Willem Rethmeier