Architecture News, Design

2018 bathroom trends: the latest design of bathroom cladding and bathroom furnishings by Cersaie

2018 bath trends are dictated by new technologies. New tiles reinterpret natural materials both in texture and materiality.

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Architecture News

The concrete effect becomes chic!

The new porcelain stoneware collection Claymood Ceramiche Piemme, the effect concrete with ease of installation and maintenance of the tiles.

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Architecture News

FAP presents new textures 3D Zero

A line of coatings from soft satin silky surface, rich in unusual iridescent movements that give the feeling of a light fabric moved from light.

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Design

Transition collection by Mirage, Lanzavecchia design + Wai

Transition The collection is a collaboration with the study of Mirage ceramic Lanzavecchia + Wai, an international company that works and moves between Italy and Singapore: a meeting and a creative path linked to the concept of transition, change, real and metaphorical transition from one place another, a journey become experience.

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Architecture News

Fap ceramics, collections inspired by the eternal charm of matter

Presented at Cersaie 2015, the new collections of ceramics FAP are covered by a common thread, inspired by the eternal charm of history and of matter.

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Architecture News

The ceramic cloth becomes the Shades collection of SIL Ceramiche, Cersaie 2015

Cersaie 2015 8 the collection of solid colors Shades of SIL Ceramiche is enriched with new decor inspired by the colors of the fabrics.

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Architecture News

FRAME, the new surface effect resin FAP Ceramiche

A full range of refined contemporary and timeless surfaces for Frame, the new collection of white body wall tiles and porcelain tile floors by Fap Ceramiche.

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Architecture News

Made in Italy conquers South Africa

This beautiful "Penthouse" (obvious: apartment of great size usually located on the top floors of buildings or skyscrapers prestigious), overlooking the beautiful bay of Cape Town, in the suburb of Camps Bay, one of the most luxurious of the capital of South Africa.

Besides being particularly spectacular, this home has the characteristic of having chosen a style all Italian for the floors, made by a company based in Fiorano Modenese specializing in the production of ceramic tiles. A reference only and particularly for the prestigious "Made in Italy" which once again proves to be at the top in the world in terms of taste, quality and design.

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