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Ceramics in sustainable design

Design methods capable of promoting a harmonious relationship between culture, nature and technology were the starting point for the conversation hosted by Interni as part of the Press Cafés during Cersaie

Innovative solutions for ceramic tiles in architecture

New-generation ceramic materials offer outstanding solutions to the widely varying needs of public sector applications and include innovative design solutions that can be customised according to specific aesthetic and functional criteria

Soft landing ahead

External factors such as the contraction in international trade are impacting the various segments of the building industry and consequently tile consumption

The Future is now

Stefan Blach of Studio Libeskind talks about his passion for planning and his responsibilities in creating great architecture that will affect future generations.

The Italian ceramic industry embraces CSR and UN Global Goals

The sustainability of the Italian ceramic industry includes actions to protect workers, the local area and the community, with a particular focus on the 2030 Agenda.

Tiling Town: events and training seminars on tile installation

During the five days of Cersaie 2018, the world of Italian and international tile laying converged on Tiling Town, the space devoted to tile installation located in the new Hall […]

Improving living spaces with ceramic tiles

The right choice of finishing materials is vital for creating high-quality contemporary living spaces, an application in which Italian ceramic tiles can play a particularly important role.

The unexpected cities

Lisbon tops the rankings of European cities in terms of real estate development prospects. Madrid, Amsterdam and Helsinki are also well positioned.

A modern material for contemporary architecture

Ceramic has played an important role in the history of architecture and is a key component of contemporary projects, standing out for its intrinsic aesthetic and functional qualities and its unique ability to adapt to different design needs.

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