Nostalgic atmospheres, Art Deco details and black and gold colour combinations were the guiding principles behind the renovation of an apartment in a period building in the heart of Prague
Contemporary style versus vintage charm
For an exclusive boutique hotel, interior designer Bruno Borrione created a contemporary spa with warm, relaxed tones where ceramic tiles and light take centre stage
Comfort and aesthetics in the emergency department
Larger and more comfortable spaces and a focus on safety and assistance are the key features of the new emergency department at the San Paolo Hospital in Milan, together with a design that focuses on architectural quality and indoor comfort
A romantic blend of tradition, flowers, food and design
A prestigious location in Florence that is at once a café, restaurant, flower shop, store and musical venue
A Sixties Revival
An iconic 1960s building in California embraces contemporary design in terms of materials research and technological innovation. The colours and textures of Italian ceramic tiles proved ideal for recreating a vintage atmosphere
The Haus der Musik in Innsbruck shortlisted for the Mies van der Rohe Award
Designed by Erich Strolz and Dietrich Untertrifaller Architekten, the powerful new musical complex is a pure volume open to the city and its inhabitants
Staying at a Chateau
In the countryside near Toulouse, the eighteenth-century summer residence of the Rességuier family has been transformed into the elegant Hotel Château de Drudas
In Rome's Trastevere neighbourhood, a newly-renovated apartment combines bohemian atmospheres with bold and innovative architecture
A library turns into an attraction
This beautiful library in Seoul has become one of the city's coolest attractions and is boosting business too
A contemporary headquarters
The project for the new Bratislava headquarters of the VI Group real estate company designed by Smerek Architects aimed to recreate an industrial style in a building dating back to 1919. Tile collections from Marca Corona played an important role in the interior design
Ceramic tiles for hospitality venues
In the heart of the French capital, an exclusive 5-star hotel recently refurbished by interior designer Didier Gomez makes extensive use of wood-look porcelain flooring
Friendly and informal with a touch of glamour
Open, dynamic and metropolitan, the Delta Airlines headquarters' new look is an invitation to fly, work and communicate
In a recent renovation project for a single-family home located in the province of Vicenza, porcelain tiles were chosen for the floor covering throughout the interior and on the patio, and also on the interior walls
Combining innovation and tradition for a new customer experience
Not far from Notre Dame in Paris, a new concept in community supermarkets is transforming the daily chore of shopping into an exciting sensory experience that blends tradition with innovation.
A sober and meticulously executed home renovation project in the historic Vomero neighbourhood of Naples focused on the open-plan living and kitchen area, exploiting the contrasting/coordinating effect of the parquet and decorated hexagonal tiles to generate unique visual appeal.
A wellness hotel in a renowned spa town in eastern Slovenia positions itself as "an island of new experiences" against a contemporary backdrop of five-star luxury
Pierre Bistrot, a corner of France in the UK
The UK chain's Bath restaurant is housed in a 19th century Georgian home.
France-Italy: summa cum laude!
Parisian charm is speaking Italian these days, and the results are clear to see: in a hotel of the Ville Lumière, Italian technology and traditional elegance play a decisive role in offering hospitality
Parc Huron Residence in Chicago
Luxury, quiet and comfort in the heart of the city on the shores of Lake Michigan