Designed by Massimo Broglio, ContinuumFloor from Corà Parquet Division is seamless monochromatic or two-color wood flooring. The product is supplied as pre-finished boards of assorted dimensions, creating tailor-made surfaces for wall and flooring in one color or a combination.
Recalling the aesthetics of a lamp, Closer by designer Diego Grandi for Zucchetti has been designed with three joints for flexible movement and range.
The Stockholm Collection designed by the Swedish trio Claesson Koivisto Rune for Ceramica Globo is inspired by the richness of nature and characterized by curved profiles and well-defined lines. The collection uses Ceraslide enamel, which ensures maximum homogeneity and uniform protection.
The Neri Collection of tile from Adex celebrates vintage subway tile with both traditional and modern sizes, beveled edges, period moldings and hexagon floor mosaics.
Ceramiche Refin’s Labyrinth Collection of tile pays homage to images of classical antiquity. Designed by Giulio Laccheti, the pattern uses an alternating pattern of zigzags, broken lines and geometric patterns for a contemporary look.
From Dune Ceramica, the Manacor Collection is a nod to Mediterranean tile. The piece is subdivided into four pieces for geometric symmetry in a range of earth colors and blue tones.
COTTO has unveiled its Patchwork Collection by Piero Lissoni, which has a sophisticated and strong style in porcelain stoneware and ceramic.
Undressing Surfaces from Inkiostro Bianco offers an aged elegance superimposed with images of fine fabric, geometry and floral decorations.
The Pietre 3 Collection by Casa Dolce Casa and Florim offers an aged, classic look with gray and white stones in unique geometric formations.
Interno 9 by ABK is inspired by industrial aesthetics, with references to the world of oxidized metals, resins and cement.