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.
Living & Kitchen: The Penthouse
In the late 19th century, the American upper middle class began to move from single-family villas in the suburbs to large flats in the central areas of major cities.
Grande slabs in a sculptural landscape
Marazzi Hub is Alessandro Pasinelli’s project showcasing the utmost expressiveness of large-size slabs. Different types of stone, marble, metal, resin and wood applied to floors, vertical coverings and furniture surfaces.
Imagining yourself in a villa in Arizona
A dream home, designed by Alessandro Pasinelli in the Arizona desert, with materials inspired by nature, but boasting high performance and resistance, which dialogue with the imaginary terrain and create a seamless effect between the indoor and outdoor areas.
Hybrid spaces designed for socialisation
The Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel firm designs the installation at the Marazzi showroom for the Milan Design Week. A cosy and friendly home environment in which the kitchen space merges with the living room, thanks to the use of ceramics. A space that celebrates not the kitchen, but cooking, not the lounge, but being together.
The Gallerie Estensi host unpublished works by Luigi Ghirri 1975-1985
Luigi Ghirri. The Marazzi Years 1975-1985, curated by Ilaria Campioli, Gallerie Estensi, Palazzo Ducale, Sassuolo, 16 September - 31 October
In un vortice di polvere. At Crogiolo Marazzi, 70 photographs by Annalisa Vandelli
In un vortice di polvere, exhibition curated by Tatiana Agliani, Uliano Lucas, in collaboration with the Municipality of Sassuolo, Lions Club and Marazzi Group, Crogiolo Marazzi, via Radici in Monte 70, Sassuolo, 17 September-24 October