Materials and new product for architecture and design
From color-block lattices to butterfly wings: the new cc-tapis
The brands for rugs Karpeta and Texturae, experts in the production of wallpapers, presented their new entries in the evocative setting of the Shrine of St. Anthony of Padua.
6 new looks for Elios Ceramica floor and wall tiles
At Coverings 2019, Elios Ceramica presented two six new collections of floor and wall tiles.
The customization of the interiors with 70's wallpaper
With their eclectic style made of saturated colors, psychedelic geometries and abstract motifs, the seventies are back on wallpaper more dazzlingly than ever.
4 new entries for Ceramiche Piemme
Stars and stripes preview for four Piemme Ceramics collections from Tuesday 9 to Friday 12 April as part of Coverings 2019
XTONE: the new maxi format by Porcelanosa
The porcelain stoneware XTONE stands out among the leading products that Porcelanosa Grupo is presenting at MadeExpo 2019 (Milan Rho Fair 13 - 16 March).
Casalgrande Padana: the new cementine line
The market proposal of cementine includes now a new entry with a great visual impact: the Opus collection made of porcelain stoneware cement effect by Casalgrande Padana.
Impresso: new trendy wallpapers with 360° customization
Stylized flowers and foliage patterns, metropolitan skylines and playful doodles, but also trompe-l'œil landscapes and watercolor motifs are just few of the new graphics proposed by Impresso.
Round and industrial: the new washbasin by Glass Design
Glass Design are proud to present TONDO PLUS, a key element of the new UNIKO programme
Jointed: the mosaic "beyond the mosaic"
The handcrafted "Signal Tiles"
This collection is a collaboration between Clayhaus Modern Tile and Portland-based designer, Kristine Morich
Profilitec presents "Uptec" for raised floors
This is a new system including accessories for the construction of raised floors by using only 3 components.
Earth and water in the surfaces Provenza
The ceramic collection Terraquea by Provenza, Emilgroup’s brand, interprets the evocative power of the ancient workings of natural elements.