Portuguese tile by Cottosenese

Portuguese tile by Cottosenese: the best expression of the traditional roof.

 

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The Portuguese tile is the tile that best represents the tradition of the Italian roof. Due to its shape recalls the look of the classic elements of cover, fitting perfectly into any type of landscape. It combines great ease of installation and excellent resistance, water resistance and durability.

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The Portuguese tile is the tile that best represents the tradition of the Italian roof. Due to its shape recalls the look of the classic elements of cover, fitting perfectly into any type of landscape. It combines great ease of installation and excellent resistance, water resistance and durability

The Portuguese tile Cottosenese is produced in various types of colors:

  • Rosso naturale: the unique natural effect of the Tuscany clays
  • Antica Montalcino: with accurate natural colors, which reproduce the features of the aged roofs with the nuances of this area, particularly appreciated in the world.
  • Antica Rocca: created with the intent to reproduce the Mediterranean colors present in many parts of our country, especially in some small towns of Val d’Orcia..
  • Antica san Quirico: reproduces in appearance the lights, shadows and pastel colors that the passage of time affects on clay. The aging treatment, obtained by a natural process, guarantees a long life.
  • Crete Senesi: made with ecological processes and characterized by a natural color obtained from the mixture of fine clays, without the addition of oxides or surface dyes.
  • Millenium: by special aging techniques, gives the product a worn look typical of ancient roofs.

The Portuguese tile by Cottosenese is the best traditional tile, produced with clays and water and only with traditional materials and with the available variants can be applied in any environmental and architectural context.

Discover the Cottosenese Portuguese tile on www.cottosenese.net

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