Thursday 14 January 2016

Marazzi presents the new ceramic and stoneware collections at Maison&Objet in Paris from Friday 22 to Tuesday 26 January 2016.

The key focus products are Materika by Marazzi, the new 3D wall covering which received the Italian Design Association (ADl) Ceramics Design Award and Allmarble, Marazzi's new research of coverings re-creating the look of the rarest marbles.

Materika is a ceramic wall tile collection in colours inspired by the powdery hues of concrete, featuring the Dune and Spatula three-dimensional surface effects. The series comprises slimline large slabs, in size 40x120 cm, ideal for refined, contemporary interior design schemes.

Allmarble is a large collection of porcelain stoneware that interprets 7 of the finest varieties of marble, no longer available from nature, including Lasa, Statuario and Saint Laurent, in 11 different sizes and 4 surfaces, including the very latest ‘Silk’ with a soft feel, very pleasant to the touch.

Also on display in the Ceramics of Italy space designed by Donegani & Lauda, in hall 5B, Stand R15/S16, are Marazzi Essenziale, a collection of total white ceramic wall coverings for elegant, minimalist interiors in the residential and contract sectors, and Treverktrend, the latest addition to the Marazzi wood-look porcelain stoneware range, in Rovere and Larice (Oak and Larch).


Marazzi
Maison&Objet Paris, 22-26 January 2016
Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre
Hall 5B Actuel - Stand R15-S16

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