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The new Marazzi collections at Cersaie 2016

Wednesday 21 September 2016

The new Marazzi collections at Cersaie 2016

12 rooms for 12 new Marazzi masterpieces


Twelve rooms, twelve “moodboards” of materials that combine polished and matt, natural and textured, flat and 3D surfaces, majolica and stoneware to offer an infinite range of design options at a glance. Twelve rooms for twelve collections created to become classics in the extensive Marazzi catalogue, the source of new inspirations for designing vertical and horizontal surfaces indoors and outdoors, in both residential and contract projects, and also for the realisation of raised floorings and ventilated curtain walls.

Powder is a refined and cultured stoneware rendition of urban concrete with a soft surface in which the nuanced variations of colour and light highlight the material's natural imperfections. Large sizes, hexagons and mosaics in herringbone patterns breath new life into this collection designed to create interior spaces.

In contrast, natural stone is the source of inspiration for Stone_art, the maxi size 40x120 cm wall tiles of just 6 mm in thickness, in four colours and two 3D surfaces, “Move” and “Woodcut”, and for the new Ardesia, Lavagna and Bluestone stoneware tiles, which go to enrich the Mystone collection with new interpretations for interiors and exteriors, also in the 20 mm thickness which is compatible with dry installation on grass, sand and gravel and heavy-duty applications in general.

Brushed wood effect, in which the boards are "smoked", oiled, and of a delicately bleached colour, for the maxi size Treverkmust stoneware, in two versions, one natural and the other of a more sophisticated appearance. 

Marazzi's small size new products – 7x28 cm – include the Bricco masonry tile offering an interpretation of the timeless appeal of exposed brickwork in 6 colours.

The Marazzi exhibition stand (Hall 20 /Stand A52 – B51) has been designed by architect Gianluca Rossi of the Uainot firm of Bologna, with styling by Alessandro Pasinelli.

 

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