Ironstone: the reinterpretation of iridescent metals on stoneware
Ragno reinterprets on stoneware the iridescent graphics of metals with its new Ironstone collection
Ragno and its 5 new stoneware collections for contemporary interiors
At Cersaie 2019, the year in which it turns 70, the ceramic brand Ragno presents its new collections of porcelain stoneware surfaces
3D structures and color: the new Tempera by Ragno
A proposal made of porcelain stoneware for coverings composed of a mixture of neutral tones and bright colors and a rich palette of surface effects.
The decorations of the 1900s are back in "Abitare"
Colors, geometries and decorations of the early 1900s grit are revisited and modernized in the new collection of surfaces by Ragno.
An eclectic "Patina" for floors and walls
A contemporary palette that alternates neutral tones with striking ones such as Marsala red, for cross-applications on floors and walls.
The small retro format for the eclectic "carpet" effects
The ceramic brand Ragno renews its proposal inspired by classic cement tiles by launching the collection Ottocento.
A_MANO: Ragno reworks the decorative majolica
The classic design turns into contemporary patterns and modular components to reinvent the spaces.
Eden: the waxy majolica brick by Ragno
The brand of ceramic Ragno presents EDEN, a waxy majolica brick in the format 7x28 cm.
Quarzite, Cardoso and Jerusalem: three stones for Ragno’s stoneware
The aesthetic beauty of three precious stones finds space in a cross-over technical stoneware collection, designed for the interior and exterior of private and public environments.
Baked clay inspiration for "Epoca" by Ragno
6 formats and 4 natural colors characterize the new porcelain stoneware line that has a strong link with tradition.
Powder and Terracruda by Marazzi and Ragno
The urban cements and the old building materials reinterpreted in the porcelain stoneware.
Ragno presents the wooden effect stoneware Woodtale
The new porcelain stoneware is inspired by the reused oak, proposing an aged look typical of the used wood.