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Natural stone blends with concrete to give life to Code

Made in Italy

30/09/2016 | KEOPE

Ceramiche Keope presents Code, the new line of porcelain stoneware floors for interiors and exteriors.

Result of the constant and careful approach to research that the company conducts to develop unique solutions with a high technical performance, Code is an extremely versatile project that matches perfectly to residential areas and public spaces, such a restaurants, stores and showrooms.

The series boasts a broad range of sizes: 60x120RT – 30x120RT – 60x60RT – 40x60RT – 30x60RT – 20x60RT – 9.7x60RT cm, all with an elegant matt finish and available in an up-to-the-minute palette of colours, in line with the latest trends of interior design, such as Beige, Grey, Taupe, Anthracite and Ivory. Warm and intense tones, with a contemporary feel, that combine with patterns and differences in tone to ensure that each piece is unique and to offer a surface with a strong visual impact.

Code is available in the 60x60RT and 30x60RT textured version and in the K2 outdoor version with a thickness of 20mm in 2 colours, to fulfil the needs of exterior design.


Thanks to Code, Ceramiche Keope offers both private purchasers and designers a tool for customising environments indoors and outdoors. The line is completed by decorations and trim pieces to define spaces in the best manner possible, such as: Mosaic 30×30 cm, Strips 33×60 cm, Listello UP 9.7×60, the bullnose 7.2×60, the glued step tread 33×60 and the glued corner piece 33×33.


Like all other Ceramiche Keope products, Code bears the GreenThinking logo, which attests to the company’s commitment Keope to protection of the environment. The Made in Italy mark guarantees sound principles, such as style, design, innovation and quality and above all respect for the environment and for people

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