Ceramic weaving

Piqué is the new collection of ceramic tiles by José Manuel Ferrero of estudi{H}ac for Harmony. The source of inspiration is indicated in the name, that of a fabric with a double weave structure

Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudi{H}ac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudi{H}ac

Thanks to the passion of José Manuel Ferrero from estudi{H}ac for weaves and fabrics, Harmony presents Piqué, an original ceramic concept you can’t help but touch and feel, due to its particular material texture. The tactile focus and search for a geometric effect of various layers to create three-dimensional volumes led to analysis of this type of fabric, reinterpreted in an elegant collection of tiles.

Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
Piqué Collection by Harmony, Design estudiac
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The collection offers three variants: Piqué Waffle, which conveys the true texture of the fabric; Piqué Mosaic, which creates a three-dimensional mosaic effect in reverse; and Piqué 3D, which starts with the linear extrusion of the pattern of threads in the fabric to generate two pieces that create a chiaroscuro effect.