The 39th Cersaie, the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings held in the Bologna exhibition centre from 26 to 30 September, fully lived up to the expectations of the exhibitor companies that had decided to invest in the show as an opportunity to meet their customers in person once again and present their latest product innovations in booths with a powerful visual and emotional impact
With another record year of exceptional projects showcasing inventive uses of Italian tile, Ceramics of Italy officially announced the winners of the 2022 Tile Competition. With the competition’s five categories – Multi-Family Residential, Single-Family Residential, Commercial, Institutional, and Student – all proving to be highly competitive, the international jury ultimately chose five winners and three honorable mentions
Italian ceramic products cater for the new home design requirements of flexibility and customisation, the need for intimate spaces and the desire for visually-striking effects that brighten up the home
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.
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.
As a unique homage to Sassuolo and its citizens, the splendid creations of the internationally-renowned artists Giampaolo Bertozzi and Stefano Dal Monte Casoni are displayed in the city’s first permanent exhibition of contemporary ceramic art, the Bertozzi & Casoni Museum.