Tag: Iris Group
The new Iris Ceramica showroom opens in Lyon
Designed by the Modena-based studio duePIU architects, the exhibition space is over an area of 120sqm and houses the main products of the two brands of the holding Iris Ceramica Group.
The new Fiandre Architectural Bureau of Iris Ceramica Group has been inaugurated
During Cersaie 2019, an innovative exhibition space dedicated to professionals, the new FAB Fiandre Architectural Bureau of Iris Ceramica Group, was inaugurated in Castellarano.
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.
Venice Biennale 2018: Iris Ceramica Group is the technical sponsor of the Italian Pavilion
In the Italian Pavilion, the materials of the company will give life to a 10-meter-long setting, made up of large 300x100 cm slabs made of technical ceramics.
Pietra Grey: the marble effect stands out in the kitchen
Pietra Gray - the refined marble effect for kitchen countertops - is one of the darkest surfaces of SapienStone.
From the most precious marble to "Marbles 3.0"
The most precious marble is again the mark of a new interior design.
The "Urban" appeal of the brushed concrete on the new SapienStone's top
The new kitchen countertop, made of porcelain stoneware, is designed to give a contemporary style to the environment thanks to the spatula concrete effect.
Federica Minozzi, Iris Ceramica Group, appointed CEO of the year 2017 Design Furniture
During the official ceremony of Le Fonti Awards, Federica Minozzi, CEO of the holding Iris Ceramica Group was appointed CEO of the year 2017 furniture&design.
May: the new "raw" surface by Iris Ceramica
The rough materiality made of imperfections becomes the distinguishing feature of the porcelain stoneware of this new range.
Spazio FMG presents "Sections of Autonomy. Six Korean Architects"
For its tenth anniversary, the showroom gallery of Iris Ceramica and FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti continues to investigate the unexplored zones of contemporary architecture.