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MADE 2010: Marazzi Engineering presents solutions for the world of architecture and construction

Monday 11 January 2010

MADE 2010: Marazzi Engineering presents solutions for the world of architecture and construction

Marazzi Engineering, a Marazzi Group company whose remit is to support the planning and construction industries in the creation of covering systems for indoors and outdoors, is taking part in the third edition of MADE Expo, the international trade fair for architecture and building, running from 3rd to 6th February at Milan’s Rho – Pero exhibition centre. Promoted by Federlegno, the Milano Architettura Design Edilizia fair (Milan Architecture Design Construction) is dedicated to the entire building process, from drawing board to finished building, with an extremely high degree of specialization.
In this international arena, Marazzi Engineering proposes innovative solutions for living spaces, including ventilated walls and raised floors; exciting solutions indeed at a time when there is a great deal of interest in the environmental and energy saving aspects of buildings. 

The Marazzi area, spread over 160 m² and designed by Bologna-based Uainotarchitetti, has the appearance of a mighty white shell. The stand proposes a guided tour through a world that reflects Marazzi’s vision, starting from Marazzi Engineering systems for ventilated walls, raised floors and installation with adhesives, moving on to themes relating to the regeneration of existing buildings and energy recovery, and ending with more technical products offering outstanding wear, frost and slip-resistance by Marazzi and Marazzi Tecnica, including SistemA crystallized porcelain stoneware and the new Pietra Piasentina by EvolutionStone.
The stand also treats visitors to an insight into the ongoing dialogue between Marazzi and the world of architecture, from Gio Ponti to Dominque Perrault.

Don’t miss Marazzi at MADE from 3rd to 6th February, Hall 3, stand Q01-R10!