Materials and new product for architecture and design
"Costruire" and "Gemme": the material innovation by Serenissima
Two new interesting stylistic evolutions in porcelain stoneware for floors and walls by Serenissima.
"To Be": from marble to cement and wood
TO BE embodies the new conception of ceramics that Cercom dedicates to contemporary design, open to combinations of different materials and finishes.
Make way for top design: Level by Emilgroup
La nuova linea di lastre ceramiche nel formato 160x320 progettato da Emilgroup per consentire la massima modularità e versatilità al prodotto.
The Neolith stone becomes shower tray for "continuous" bathrooms
Neolith®, a market-leading brand of Sintered Stone, has formed an exclusive partnership with Piattibelli
Cerrad: large formats and new terrace tiles
Choose between the raw beauty of the Concrete and classy marble of the Marquina and Statuario
Stone effects, majolica tiles and strokes for the new products by Piemme
Ceramiche Piemme is presenting four new collections at Cersaie 2018: Stone Concept, Freedom, Shades, Majestic.
Large slabs with reduced thickness for Refin
Ceramiche Refin is presenting the results of its continuous technical research at Cersaie 2018: Large slabs 120x280cm, with a thickness of only 6mm.
Mosaico+: the artistic contaminations and the joint as protagonist
Diamond combines calculation, geometry and the most modern design with the ancient history of Italian mosaic art.
Gerflor: the right products for school renovation
Some of the most suitable coverings for environments used by children are the PVC and linoleum products made by Gerflor.
ABK: bespoke bathroom, large-format panels and "cementine" cement-based tiles
ABK will be unveiling its latest contemporary design products at Cersaie from 24 to 28 September.
Color Studio: soft tones and new formats
A painstaking design process and in-depth colour research has culminated in the release of the new COLOR STUDIO collection by Porcelaingres.
RAW design Davide Diliberto
BREM presents RAW, a family of radiators designed by Davide Diliberto and inspired, more than ever, by the company’s pay off, “radiators for architecture”.