Renovating a home or purchasing sanitary fixtures for a new property are actions that inevitably have environmental consequences. This is why it is becoming increasingly urgent to make decisions that strike the right balance between cost, aesthetics and sustainability
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
Recubre is a Mexican retail chain that operates in the capital region and the Yucatan tourist area. We discuss the uncertainties arising from the Covid-19 pandemic
“But ceramic… is a safe choice” went online in Italy at the end of July and is set to launch in key European markets in September. After being introduced to […]
As modern-day temples of culture, museums are enormously popular and attract hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world each year. The durability and versatility of ceramic tile makes it the ideal material for use in these spaces.
The elegance of marble, the natural colours of wood, the timeless appeal of stone and decorations inspired by Italian craftsmanship are the dominant trends amongst the Italian ceramic tile companies’ 2020 collections
Thanks to their strength, scratch resistance, resistance to corrosion and chemicals and durability, ceramic and porcelain tiles are sustainable products that can make a valuable contribution to the maintenance and cost-effective running of fitness and wellness centres.