From 16 to 20 February 2020, at Euroshop 2020 (Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre, Hall 10, Stand G52) Ceramiche Piemme will be presenting Materia, Glitch and Venetian Marble: three ceramic covering collections designed for the retail sector.
"This event forms part of our strategy of consolidation on the international markets," Davide Colli, COO of Ceramiche Piemme explains. "The goals we have achieved in recent years confirm our status as a professional, recognised brand. Now we want to grow in the medium-high end commercial and residential retail sectors. It's a market where quality is still key, and where the new products we have developed during 2019 have already had a very favourable reception, in both the USA and the UK."
Materia creates an unusual effect with surfaces that merge metal, Corten steel, stone and ceramic in a refined, contemporary look. Glitch is the new collection of porcelain stoneware tiles designed by London firm Benoy. The word "glitch" refers to the flickering produced on a computer screen by an unforeseen error. A theme very much in line with the design trend that favours imperfection as a sign of uniqueness. Hence the inspiration of the Benoy designers, expressed in 8 colours in various sizes.
Last but not least, Venetian Marble combines the technical performances of latest-generation stoneware with the look of Venetian Terrazzo flooring, and is intended to support architects when choosing the finishes for public and private locations.