With its reshaped edges, the Languedocienne is a true roofer’s tile. The edges form an angular ridge inside the barrel and are rounded at the outside, for a smoother grip. Langedocienne barrel tiles have a very generous curve, and are used all around the Mediterranean as far as the city of Toulouse.
The dimensions of Languedocienne barrel tile perpetuate an antique architectural tradition, while its manufacturing process and raw materials benefit from the last technological advances. Wirecut and pressed versions of pan-tiles with nibs are available. The colour range is rich enough to satisfy preferences in different regions and site constraints, both for restoration and new building projects.
Rich and Warm Colours
From the French Riviera to the South West of France, the Languedocienne tile stands out in all the southern landscapes of its native country. Its rich and warm colours are very popular and all
correspond to a local architecture and tradition.
Robust and Slide-Proof
Frost-proof and highly resistant, the 100% terracotta batt of the Languedocienne is recognised as being among the very best in France: its clays are selected to produce long-lasting and very robust roofs.
500 x 215 x 155
Unit weight (kg)
Tiles per sq.m. (pan or cover tile alone)
10.7 to 13.2
Weight per sq.m. (kg) (pan and cover tile)
56.6 to 69.8
Tiles per pallet*
170 to 250
Number of tiles per pallet are different between pan and cover tile