The Project Gallery now features 800 architecture and interior design projects | by Simona Malagoli

With the addition of the latest 46 reports on projects involving the use of ceramic tiles from 24 different Italian brands, the Projects Gallery has now reached a total of 800 projects carried out in Italy and worldwide using products from 87 different ceramic brands. Written by renowned architectural journalists, these reports explore projects carried out by leading architecture and interior design firms and focus in particular on the aesthetic and technical qualities of Italian ceramic tiles in many different applications, both residential and non-residential.

The gallery displays the projects organised into 12 different areas of use – urban residential, non-urban residential, shopping, recreation and socialisation, public hospitality, culture, sports, business, manufacturing, transportation, healthcare and urban design – and features an extensive photo gallery for each category. By clicking on the reference image for each category, visitors can view the various projects they contain and subsequently open each individual company project accompanied by a descriptive text showing the title of the work, the journalist who wrote the report, the architect and the brand and technical specifications of the tiles used.

Alternating on a monthly basis, the latest projects are featured as a slideshow on the homepage. They are selected according to the location, aesthetics, material and brands to ensure that the maximum visibility is given to all companies and all areas of use. The projects that scroll across the home page provide access to a search engine for the entire Projects Gallery, which visitors can use to find and read information on any project or topic of their interest. In addition, the projects are shared weekly (every Friday) through social media posts on the Ceramics of Italy Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts and on the profile on Linkedin.

The Projects Gallery is a prestigious and highly visible showcase that enables visitors to find out more about the many different uses of ceramic tiles, pick up new creative ideas and discover the constantly expanding applications of Italian tiles in Italy and worldwide.


May 2019