LEA CERAMICHE - PANARIAGROUP INDUSTRIE CERAMICHE S.p.A.
Projects by LEA CERAMICHE - PANARIAGROUP INDUSTRIE CERAMICHE S.p.A.
The pizza sharing club
Briscola-Pizza Society is the name of the new Italian restaurant formula launched by the Foodation holding company with the aim of creating the first Italian-owned international restaurant chain. For the interior design project for the first two Milanese stores, one near the Duomo and the other in Porta Nuova, the owners contacted architect Fabio Novembre
The Torre Prada terrace stands out for its striking optical-effect paving
Torre Prada brings to completion the project for the Fondazione Prada complex which was opened three years ago. The terrace offers panoramic views of the city and features a striking optical-effect black and white paving consisting of porcelain laminate panels installed in a slightly curved and visually-striking layout
The PerovSky residential centre in Moscow, designed by ADM Architects, consists of three 23-storey towers that stand out for their façade finishings and their mythological names of Pegasus, Aquarius and Phoenix
A midsummer night’s dream
A brightly-lit house standing in a dominant position above Byron Bay, Australia looks out onto the natural landscape
Exercises in style
In this recently refurbished apartment in Milan, the refined geometric patterns of the ceramic tiles expand space and create striking graphic effects.
A Horizontal Campus
Drawing inspiration from the settlements of camper vans that form on the beaches of the Camargue, and the wood and steel moorings used in Venice, the architect Anne Démians designed a peaceful work environment built around light, gardens, restaurants and sharing
A window onto Washington D.C.
Turnberry Residence is a luxury condominium close to the US capital. Designed by architecture practice Shinberg.Levinas, it won the Residential Category in the Tile Competition 2016.
Fine living, Italian style
More than just good wine! Passion, culture and history inspired this wine producer's mission to communicate quality through architecture
The house of the giant Matau
This project in New Zealand consists of a house totally immersed in the landscape, from the deep blue of the lake to the dark, rugged mountains. The living space is perfectly integrated with nature, starting out from the choice of ceramic tiles
The Pole House, suspended in space
A well-known landmark along Australia's Great Ocean Road, this "transparent" house designed in the 1970s floats amongst the clouds at a height of 40 metres, offering stunning views
Appealing and eco-friendly
The Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School in Washington is also a building that dialogues with the local community
The senses take to the air
Design and technology make a clear appeal to the senses in this project for the toilet facilities of Rome's Fiumicino Airport
Casa Milan: the Rossoneri find a new home
AC Milan's new headquarters designed by architect Fabio Novembre is an extraordinary communication tool
An Escher effect in the centre of Rome
A meticulously crafted brand image based on the use of Italian ceramic tiles
The dream factory
A high energy class, the strictest seismic safety standards and an exceptional level of occupational well-being. When industrial building becomes architecture
On wings of porcelain
Amongst the new facilities at Utah's airport, the Suspended Bridge appears to take flight thanks to an ultrathin ceramic floor
The many faces of Baku
A plethora of urban projects are dramatically changing the face of the city of Baku. In one development, Baku Boulevard is being extended as far as the new Dövlət Bayrağı Meydanı, the National Flag Square.
Form and performance
The iconic sports car maker Lamborghini has opened its Protoshop, the first multilevel industrial building in Italy to be certified energy class A
The coveted Ceramics of Italy Design Competition Award 2012 was won by a successful office complex refit project using high-quality ceramics in the heart of NoMa, a rapidly developing neighbourhood of Washington DC
Embracing history and culture
THE PORTE DE VERSAILLES METRO STATION IN PARIS HAS BEEN RENOVATED TO MARK THE CENTENARY OF ITS OPENING
The realm of shopping
Barton Creek Square in Austin features more than 180 commercial spaces devoted to America's most prestigious brands
The “Caen House” by Beuneiche
The floors are tiled with a honed porcelain laminate
Timeless good taste
CARPI (MO). A LOW-PROFILE APPROACH TO A SOPHISTICATED SPACE IDEAL FOR ANY OCCASION. A DESIGN LANGUAGE THAT GOES AGAINST THE PREVAILING TRENDS, INSPIRED BY GOOD DESIGN AND POST-RATIONALIST FORMS AND PROCEDURES.
A universe of communicating surfaces
A return to minimalist design in the Lea Ceramiche Showroom in Milan represents a splendid tribute to the architecture of the masters of rationalism
Luxury and savoir fair
Patrick Norguet reinvents the Sofitel Lyon Bellecour, the first hotel in the city to boast five stars
The Architecture of Languages
The world's dominant styles have been brought together to create a new jewel in the European hotel sector - the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort - whose key features include the use of porcelain tiles