Creativity beyond habit
A digital event where the Emilia-Romagna regional government, the Bologna city council and the economic institutions will present the measures adopted to ensure safe participation. The 15 exhibition halls are almost sold out and will host around 600 exhibitors, 41% of whom are non-Italian companies from 25 countries.
Ceramics of Italy announced 2020 Tile Competition winners and first ever People’s Choice Award. Eight projects from across North America showcase the beauty and versatility of Italian tile
The latest porcelain tile collections are no longer adopted exclusively as floor and wall coverings but are increasingly being used to define and divide up spaces by means of their colours and textures, and they are even taking on a new role as furnishing and interior design elements.
A short film and a publication entitled "Atlas of Italian Ceramics, Surfaces for Architecture and Urban Space from 1945 to 2018" describe how Italian companies have sold their products all over the world, contributing to the visibility of the “Made in Italy” trademark and promoting the uniquely Italian vision of modern living.
Italy, Germany and Spain have developed industry-average EPDs that allow product sustainability parameters to be compared
Italian ceramic tile is a material that comes in enormous array of designs and colours and in sizes ranging from just a few centimetres to side lengths of 1.5 metres. It can be used on floors and walls and for bathroom and kitchen countertops.