Lascave (no holes) exterior facade. ELC Architecture. MPR Building. DPI Photography..jpg
Lascave (no holes) exterior facade. ELC Architecture. MPR Building. DPI Photography..jpg
Lascave (no holes) exterior facade. Kew House 02. Architect - ELC Group. Photographer - Emily Bartlett. Builder- MPR Building.jpg
Lascave (no holes) exterior facade. Kew House 02. Architect - ELC Group. Photographer - Emily Bartlett. Builder- MPR Building.jpg
Lascave (no holes) exterior facade. Kew House 02. Architect - ELC Group. Photographer - Emily Bartlett. Builder- MPR Building.jpg
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Inax Lascave

This striking mosaic combines flat and angled surfaces with random indentations.

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Known for architectural ceramics that embody superb manufacturing and leading designs by traditional artisans, INAX was founded with Frank Lloyd Wright after producing the terracotta for the famous Imperial Hotel, Tokyo in 1924.

Architectural ceramics provide a beautiful, maintenance free alternative to paint and render and a sculptural surface with textural character that cannot be achieved using normal composite cladding panels. INAX exterior ceramics create a seamless aesthetic, effectively covering joins in concrete slabs and wrapping crisply around right angles using precisely-crafted mitred corner pieces. Many of the INAX designs can also be used on curved walls.

Established in 1928, INAX has a long history based in Japanese ceramic craftsmanship and expertise, producing high quality products that have been rigorously tested over many years.

Exterior ceramics are renowned not only for their ease of maintenance but also for their ability to extend building longevity, this is evidenced in the large number of timber framed buildings in Japan that have engineered architectural wall cladding, effectively protecting them from moisture deterioration over time. The majority of the architectural ceramics by INAX have been designed and carefully engineered to be installed without grout, ensuring that the building structure is protected from the elements. The elasticity inherent in the ceramic adhesive replaces the job that the grout would traditionally undertake.

The advantage of this is that it avoids the development of potential unsightly grout cracks due to undue building movement. These carefully engineered architectural ceramics effectively protect the structure from rain and other environmental elements while maintaining their original colour, form and unique textural beauty. INAX complies with Environmental Management Systems ISO14001 and INAX ceramics contain a minimum 40% recycled material content.

Use
Bathroom
External
Facade
Kitchen
Wall
Material
Ceramic
Finish
Uneven
Origin

Japan

Sold As

Box

Download the brochure. For stock, lead times and pricing please contact us.

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Lascave RSC1

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Lascave RSC2

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Lascave RSC3

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Lascave RSC4

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Lascave RSC5

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Lascave HAL-75/RSC-1 flat without hole

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Lascave HAL-75T/RSC-1 uneven without hole

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Lascave range

Dimensions

Product Code Size/piece Size/sheet Thickness Qty/m 2 Qty/carton Weight/carton
RSC1, RSC2,, RSC3, RSC4, RSC5 72×72mm 300×300mm 8~14mm 11.5 sheets 8 sheets 15.5kg
  • Corner pieces available.

Downloads

    Expert Series Episode 6 — Architectural Ceramics

    Our experts answer some frequently asked questions about our range of Japanese architectural ceramics by Inax. They explain the unique qualities and applications of architectural ceramics.

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    Expert Series Episode 3 — Inax

    Our experts answer some frequently asked questions about our range of Japanese ceramics; Inax. They explain the qualities that make Inax ceramics so unique and why there is nothing else like it in the market.

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