Turn your design ideas
into special ceramic surfaces
Every project starts with an idea, around which we develop and produce special, exclusive ceramic surfaces for the retail, hospitality and catering world, for luxury interior design and for restoring the facades of heritage-protected historic buildings.
With our creative consulting and production know-how, architects and designers can personalise their projects with tailored ceramic coverings that enhance beautiful design and impeccable technical performances with the priceless allure of uniqueness.
TAILORED CERAMIC TILES AND MOSAICS
RESTORATION OF HISTORIC CERAMIC SURFACES
SENSE OF DESIGN AND FLEXIBLE PRODUCTION
UNIQUE MEANS EXCLUSIVE AND DISTINCTIVE
In over 20 years, we have transformed into ceramics the ideas of top international architecture and design firms!
The two buildings form part of the Leonardo campus of the Politecnico di Milano university’s faculty of architecture. Designed in 1953 by Gio Ponti, Piero Portaluppi and Giordano Forti, the campus is an extension of the historic piazza Leonardo site. The designers intended the complex to completely surround a courtyard, but only two wings were built and the plan was not completed until the Seventies, when Vittoriano Viganò designed the via Ampère structure, built around the large central patio. However, another two buildings, known as Nave and Trifoglio, were erected on via Bonardi in the Sixties.
Built by Ponti in 1971, Palazzo Montedoria is in two asymmetrical parts and is clad with green tiles in 6×19 cm size, with a smooth bevelled surface. Installed at random, they generate extraordinary effects with reflected light, intensified by the flush glazing in the facade, which reflects the sky.
Via Plinio in Milan was constructed in a more or less uniform style during the early decades of the Twentieth Century. The district which grew up along its final section contains buildings embodying the spirit of urban design that evolved from the mid Fifties. It is known as the Amedeo d’Aosta District.