New surfaces for comfortable spaces

Over the last year we have all had to make minor or major adjustments to the way we use our living spaces, and the tile producers’ proposals for the coming months could hardly fail to take these transformations into account.

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New home design standards for the post-Covid era

Cersaie Press Café Francesca Russo (DDN) talks to Ludovica+Roberto Palomba (December 3, 2020)   The lockdown has opened our eyes to the changes that are taking place in society. In...

The goal? Water savings!

Reducing water consumption is one of the most important goals of a sustainable bathroom. This is the idea behind the Italian government’s “Water Bonus” incentive aimed at encouraging the replacement of bathroom fixtures and taps with new-generation models

The Italian way of being “beautiful forever”

The relationship between design and Italian identity was discussed during the official online presentation of the Atlas of Ceramics

Modo italiano – Stories of heritage, brands and marketing

During these difficult times, the Italian ceramic industry has launched an initiative exploring beauty, colours and the fascinating histories of companies, ideas and collaborations with art, design and architecture. It...

The ceramic promotional campaign continues

“But ceramic… is a safe choice”, the third step in the promotional campaign entitled “The Values of Ceramics”, has been on air in Italy since the end of July with...

2020 Fall-Winter Tile Trend Report

Despite the cancellation of Cersaie and other design tradeshows around the world, Italian manufacturers continue to invent new designs and invest in technologies to keep expanding the versatility and value...

Five ways Italian tile can improve the value and safety of your home

If you’ve been working from home for the past several months, it’s likely that you’ve spent more than one lunch break and countless weekends daydreaming about (or even planning) a...

The bathroom and the environment, an important relationship

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

Ceramic tile as a design element

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