The Tile Club
Welcome to the Marazzi Ceramics blog dedicated to design, architecture and ceramics. A space to talk about the ceramics and stoneware Marazzi is famous for all over the world, but also about new projects, experiences and interesting news.
Inspiring large slabs
The new products on show at Tile Week 2023 focus on the aesthetic potential of the production technologies. Marazzi expands the Stone and Marble Look offering of its The Top large slabs series. Travertino acquires a new red pigment, while the Cementum collection, now also available in large-size slabs, gains eight new colours and innovative surface textures.
Rediscovering the senses and shared memories
The nine Crogiolo collections convey the spirit of craftsmanship and the ceramic tradition intrinsic to small tiles, in an industrial product. From the shine of Lume to the silky, semi-matt surfaces of Confetto and the rich decor and tactile touches of Rice, Crogiolo is an anthem to imperfection
Reply, the ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel studio, and Marazzi redefine ceramic tile design with artificial intelligence
Reply, in collaboration with the architecture and interior design firm, ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, has announced the launch of an experimentation that uses artificial intelligence techniques for designing and producing ceramic tiles with Marazzi, a global leader in this industry.
Spaces designed to accommodate different uses and new lifestyles, with unbroken continuity between indoors and outdoors. In Marazzi’s international advertising campaign the new collections convey the concept of harmony in home design: infinite combinations of porcelain stoneware surfaces that meet both the aesthetic and the functional demands of durable, safe spaces, with technical standards guaranteed in the most widely varying applications and intended uses.
Curiosa Meravigliosa wins the X Edition of the CULTURA + IMPRESA Award in the PRO BONO APPLICATION OF VAAS category
This major prize is a fitting reward for the partnership between the City of Reggio Emilia and Marazzi Group within the project that produced Curiosa Meravigliosa, the permanent public artwork created by Joan Fontcuberta for the Palazzo dei Musei in Reggio Emilia.