Tag: Porcelain Tiles
Tender: the new collection by Cas Ceramics
Softness and tenderness define Cas new collection of ceramics inspired by the most nostalgic feelings of provencal trends.
Vibration, the new ceramic coating of UNICA by Target Studio
UNICA by Target Studio presents "Vibration": the ceramic collection in the small brick classic format and with an aesthetic rich in color, texture and pattern.
An eclectic mix for the Imola Mash-up
A combination of colors and visual variations arrives in the new ceramic collection for walls and floors, in line with the 2016 furniture trends.
Focus on large size: a new dimensional aesthetic
Dimensionality in the field of materials and surface design is renewed, focusing more and more on large and very large sizes.
Laminam presents World Atlas Book at the Venice Biennale
Laminam testifies the strong link with the architectural world through the participation in the next Venice Biennale and the launch of World Book Atlas volume.
PLACE_2B: the new wood effect porcelain tiles by Flaviker
Declined in the Aspen and Dublin versions, the new wood effect porcelain tiles by Flaviker aim to recreate the evocative esthetic of Irish pubs and on used-effects.
PLACE 2B: Flaviker new ceramic wood
Offered in Aspen and Dublin versions, the new ceramic wood focuses on used effects and the evocative aesthetics of the Irish pubs.
Revealed the Cersaie 2016 manifesto
Four are the elements of the Cersaie 2016 manifesto: exhibition, meeting place, interactions between people and knowledge of the matter.
Refin Studio changes location
From Foro Buonaparte to via Melone: the Refin space dedicated to the design world moves into the heart of Milan's design district.
Urban Lab: the new Caesar meeting point in London
Last November 26 the official opening of the new architecture-space by Ceramiche Caesar took place, at 17/18 Great Sutton Street, in the London contemporary design district of Clerkenwell.
Casalgrande inaugurates Ceramic Crown
The spectacular new landmark developed by Casalgrande Padana was created by the famous architect Daniel Libeskind, and follows on from the earlier Ceramic Cloud – the first work on Italian soil by the Japanese architect Kengo Kuma.
Cer-Stile: the Italian Style Concept at Cersaie
The exhibition, designed by Angelo Dall'Aglio and Davide Vercelli, is a story told through a series of habitats in which Italian style is the common thread uniting projects carried out using exclusively Italian products.