Materials and new product for architecture and design
The new ceramic lines of Italcer Group
Gruppo Italcer presents at Coverings, in Atlanta, the products’ innovations of the brands La Fabbrica Ceramiche, Ava and Elios Ceramica.
Ceramiche Refin at Coverings 2018
Ceramiche Refin has chosen Coverings to showcase its brand new collection Master Plan: a new collection of ceramic slabs that represents a tribute to the charm of concrete.
Stoneland: a precious collection in marble and metals
The new STONELAND collection is inspired by the shape and the action of stone working tools.
Emilceramica presents "Tele di marmo"
The Tele di Marmo collection is a tribute to one of the most beautiful, noble and durable materials, suitable for embellishing spaces with elegance and architectural strength.
Coop Imola novelties for Coverings 2018
Cooperativa Ceramica D’Imola will be unveiling the latest collections from its various brands at Coverings 2018
The 2018 ceramic proposals by Ege Seramik
Ege Seramik, Turkey's leading exporter of ceramic tile products, has introduced two new porcelain collections to the global marketplace.
The resin Pietra Continua: a tribute to nature
A new resistant material inspired by rock with a majestic stylistic character.
Studio Lido presents "Cinetica" by Marinoni Peltro
Studio Lido designs for Marinoni Peltro a wall covering collection made of pewter with an exquisitely ornamental look
Cerfix Protec CPGV by Profilpas
Rainwater is an element that should not be underestimated in the construction or the refurbishment of a terrace or balcony.
New effects on ceramic tiles for Rondine
Coverings is back, and Rondine Group will be in Atlanta, in the "Ceramics of Italy" pavilion, with a stand of measuring approximately 140 sq.m, exhibiting an array of new products
Itlas: the bathroom furniture bases on the material mix
The Veneto-based company specialized in pre-finished wooden floors has brought the new products of Progetto Bagno to the Milan Salone.
Centuries and Panarea by Verde 1999
Centuries & Panarea…a step into the past becomes Contemporary and beyond