Fibonacci Stone has introduced two new terrazzo tiles inspired by the
Brutalist movement that flourished between 1950 and the mid-1970s.
Descended from the Modernist architectural movement of the early 20th
Century, Brutalism has emerged as a significant design inspiration for a new
generation of designers and is characterised by its use of raw concrete.
Having anticipated this key design trend, Fibonacci Stone has launched two
terrazzo tiles for a new generation of architects, designers and end-users who
are being inspired by Brutalism’s bold materiality.
Fibonacci Stone’s new terrazzo tiles, Steel and Pewter are reflective of
the colour and materiality of this important design movement, albeit in a more contemporary
Steel terrazzo tiles introduce a bold blue grey tone reminiscent of
unfinished steel while Pewter offers a raw grey silver making a perfect
addition to the existing bright grey tones of Platinum terrazzo.
The thin stone profile of the new terrazzo range is ideal for use in
residential and commercial projects where a lightweight, natural and luxurious
flooring solution is required. Both Steel and Pewter offer a strong, durable and
hardwearing flooring surface that addresses a wide range of aesthetic and
Fibonacci Stone is the only terrazzo tile supplier to achieve a 100 per
cent Green Star rating, with their terrazzo tiles purpose-made to meet a wide
range of functional and aesthetic requirements.