Englesson & Bricmate

Square with three beautiful stone slabs

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A fusion between harmony and aesthetics

We are pleased to present a collaboration with Bricmate, Sweden's leading manufacturer of porcelain ceramics. We have integrated three of Bricmate's porcelain ceramic tiles as tabletops for our coffee table in the Square series. The carefully selected stones from Bricmate complement the sturdy metal frame, creating a coffee table that not only exudes style and elegance but also durability and functionality.

The collaboration with Bricmate aims to combine timeless Scandinavian design with innovative materials. The versatility of porcelain ceramic tiles, combined with our commitment to high quality, creates furniture that is not only beautiful but also long-lasting and functional. This collaboration is an expression of the strength of Swedish design and its ability to create harmony between different aesthetic elements.

Englesson & Bricmate
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Limestone

Limestone is a porcelain ceramic in a warm, light gray earth color with a matte surface. Very lifelike, detailed and varied with fossil-like and natural details. Inspired by Gotland limestone.

Porcelain ceramics are industrially manufactured from natural raw materials, mainly consisting of finely ground feldspar, sand and clay. The material is dry-pressed under high pressure and then burned at high temperatures. The result is an extremely durable material called porcelain ceramic. The material can withstand strong cleaning agents, acids and foodstuffs as well as high wear and tear.

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Bluverde

Bluverde is a porcelain ceramic inspired by the highly popular Portuguese limestone Azul Valverde. The stone is a well-known classic used throughout Europe on floors, walls, and countertops. Bluverde varies in shades of gray-brown with fossil-like details.

Porcelain ceramic is industrially manufactured from natural raw materials, primarily consisting of finely ground feldspar, sand, and clay. The material is dry-pressed under high pressure and then fired at high temperatures. The result is an extremely durable material called porcelain ceramic. The material withstands strong cleansers, acids, and food, as well as high wear and tear.

03

Marble

Marble is light whitish-gray with hints of darker gray veins and a polished, velvety surface. Inspired by the iconic Swedish Ekeberg marble, quarried in Glanshammar outside Örebro. Ekeberg is an elegant, classic, and exclusive stone referred to as the Swedish Carrara marble.

Porcelain ceramic is industrially manufactured from natural raw materials, primarily consisting of finely ground feldspar, sand, and clay. The material is dry-pressed under high pressure and then fired at high temperatures. The result is an extremely durable material called porcelain ceramic. The material withstands strong cleansers, acids, and food, as well as high wear and tear.

01

Limestone

Limestone is a porcelain ceramic in a warm, light gray earth color with a matte surface. Very lifelike, detailed and varied with fossil-like and natural details. Inspired by Gotland limestone.

Porcelain ceramics are industrially manufactured from natural raw materials, mainly consisting of finely ground feldspar, sand and clay. The material is dry-pressed under high pressure and then burned at high temperatures. The result is an extremely durable material called porcelain ceramic. The material can withstand strong cleaning agents, acids and foodstuffs as well as high wear and tear.

02

Bluverde

Bluverde is a porcelain ceramic inspired by the highly popular Portuguese limestone Azul Valverde. The stone is a well-known classic used throughout Europe on floors, walls, and countertops. Bluverde varies in shades of gray-brown with fossil-like details.

Porcelain ceramic is industrially manufactured from natural raw materials, primarily consisting of finely ground feldspar, sand, and clay. The material is dry-pressed under high pressure and then fired at high temperatures. The result is an extremely durable material called porcelain ceramic. The material withstands strong cleansers, acids, and food, as well as high wear and tear.

03

Marble

Marble is light whitish-gray with hints of darker gray veins and a polished, velvety surface. Inspired by the iconic Swedish Ekeberg marble, quarried in Glanshammar outside Örebro. Ekeberg is an elegant, classic, and exclusive stone referred to as the Swedish Carrara marble.

Porcelain ceramic is industrially manufactured from natural raw materials, primarily consisting of finely ground feldspar, sand, and clay. The material is dry-pressed under high pressure and then fired at high temperatures. The result is an extremely durable material called porcelain ceramic. The material withstands strong cleansers, acids, and food, as well as high wear and tear.

Scenic natural stone top meets minimalist leg frame.