iGattipardi

iGattipardi by 14OraItaliana. iGattipardi is a glazed porcelain tile series that takes its aesthetic cues from maiolica tiles found across southern Italy.

Description

iGattipardi is a series of glazed porcelain tiles by Italian manufacturer, 14OraItaliana. The iGattipardi series takes its aesthetic cues from the maiolica tiles of Moorish origin that are found across southern Italy. The name is inspired by the classic novel Il Gattopardo by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa and each design is named after a character in the book.

Colors + Sizes

The iGattipardi series includes 8 patterns (Angelica, Carolina, Concetta, Don Diego, Donna Fugata, Donna Margherita, Fabrizio and Tancredi) which can be rendered in full color, or faded (soft) colors.

Both the color and soft versions are offered in a rectified 8"x8" (7.9"x7.9") and 24”x24” (23.62″x23.62″) tile. The colored version is also available in a glazed 24”x24” (23.62″x23.62″) tile. All tiles are 3/8" (10mm) thick.

The modular, complementary Allblack and Allwhite tiles are available in 8"x48" (7.87"x47.24"), 24"x24" (23.62"x23.62") and 24"x48" (23.62"x47.24") tiles.

Applications

iGattipardi is suitable for interior and exterior walls and floors including heavy-traffic commercial flooring applications.

Installation + Maintenance

Tiles can be installed using standard installation methods for thinset adhesives. A grout joint of 1/8" or greater is recommended. Use high quality adhesive from manufacturers such as Laticrete and Mapei, following manufacturers’ recommendations, depending on conditions. Clean with a neutral detergent.

See the individual spec pages for ideas on tile configuration.

Colors
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Angelica Carolina Concetta Don Diego
Donna Fugata Donna Margherita Fabrizio Tancredi

Soft (Faded Colors)
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Angelica Carolina Concetta Don Diego
Donna Fugata Donna Margherita Fabrizio Tancredi

 

Installations
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