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.
Marazzi Engineering’s experience and technology for ventilated walls and sun screens
Through the Marazzi Engineering division, the company supports architects and contractors in all phases of the realisation of ventilated building envelope systems with high energy performances, from feasibility study through to final testing.
INFINITO. L’universo di Luigi Ghirri
Marazzi is supporting the documentary, directed by Matteo Parisini with the voice of Stefano Accorsi, which pays tribute to the great Emilian photographer 30 years after his death. The film is starring in an Italian tour that takes it to some of the most important fall film festivals and art venues.
Joan Fontcuberta, public art and ceramics
A permanent public artwork, the first made on big ceramic slabs, that takes art to Reggio Emilia onto the street, outdoors, to enable everyone to access it: it is a ceramic photo-mosaic, 16 metres high and 6 metres wide, in which twelve thousand photographs sent in by members of the public in a single large image.
Compact shades and geometrical and floral decors: Poster rewrites the rulebook
Decoration and sustainability acquire a fresh aesthetic and architectural dimension with Poster, the new porcelain stoneware collection manufactured with 40% recycled material and the Puro Marazzi Antibacterial technology, which eliminates microbes and harmful bacteria from surfaces
When material sets creativity free
Geometrical motifs and floral decors for designing colourful, highly individual interiors. The Marazzi collections offer a wide assortment: different sizes and thicknesses, matt or shiny finishes, and textured and three-dimensional surfaces, for varied, vibrant walls.
Metamorfuoco and the allegory of mankind’s powerlessness
Simon Starling’s installation places the cycle of paintings by Tintoretto alongside woodcuts and contemporary works, to stimulate reflection about the effects of climate change. The special floor made by Marazzi to the artist’s design is an integral part of the work.