The Arazzi Collection by Gumdesign is a collection where lines and reflections are mixed, creating characters, landscapes and geometry. These surfaces seem to tell stories that are meant to remind consumers of magical fairytales, secret legends and ancient poems.
From Lea Ceramiche, Waterfall Slimtech reproduces the iridescent effects typical of sedimentary rocks. The collection is available in traditional thicknesses of 10.5mm and 20mm, as well as in Slimtech’s 3-mm thickness.
Veneziano tiles and the Memphis-style patterns of 1980s Milan inspire Florim’s Artwork of Casamood. The project revolves around three cardinal shades of color offered in contrasting pairs and available in three sizes.
The Cement Project from Cotto d’Este is a system of surfaces and colors that echoes cement and the 20th century style of architecture. The project uses a combination of three tones featured on three different surfaces: Work, Cem and Land.
Ceramica Panaria’s Horizon Collection is inspired by the elegant shades of marble and the texture of granite. The collection is presented in five variations of neutral gray and beige tones: sunset, sunrise, sky, storm and cloud (shown here).
Reminiscent of the metallic hues from the 1990s and reinvented for today’s décor, the Passport Décor series by Togama uses tiny mosaic tiles to add brightness to spaces.
With its chromatic spectrum and decorative lines, the Earth series by Adex references the classic style of tile in the palaces and buildings of the 17th century.
The Tour series by Bellavista blends different colors with three-dimensional pieces – a new trend for minimalist spaces.
Inspired by the process of making tile by hand, the Doney collection by Vives showcases mismatched shapes coming together in imperfect harmony.
The Bora series by Oset combines a design inspired by natural wood with hues of gray, black and white in a chevron pattern for an artistic and natural feel.
At Cersaie, Lapitec unveiled two new shades from both extremes of the color palette: Nero Assoluto and Blanco Assoluto. These new additions come in the standard Lapitec thicknesses of 12, 20 and 30mm and are available in seven different finishes, ranging from luminescent Lux to the more structured and tactile surfaces of the Fossil or Arena options.
The Provenzal Series by Ceramicas Vilar Albaro creates harmonious asymmetry by alternating muted pieces with small decorative selections.
The new Bluetech collection from Blustyle represents a new development in technical, non-enameled porcelain stoneware products. Using an innovative, double-loading process, the entire body of the tile has the same color tone, guaranteeing a homogeneous, compact palette.