Cersaie 2014 is presenting these days some of the most amazing novelities in the world of ceramics and bathroom. In this regard about 90 Spanish manufacturers of ceramic floor tiles and exposed at Cersaie their new collections inspired by the latest trends in decoration and interior.
So, it is noted that through the application of new technologies, the Spanish ceramic reinvents itself every season and is able to create a unique style, with details that make each tile something personal and unique details that can be seen these days in the prestigious Hall of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom facilities Bologna.
The collections of Spanish ceramic manufacturers explore lines that reach all parts of the house, both indoors and outdoors. The designers of different brands found inspiration. The love of classical pieces not lose strength, rather grows, like patchwork ceramic compositions, increasingly sophisticated. They get degraded ceramic must be one of the next year. Ceramic formats have long added to the square and rectangle, hexagon pieces. We must not lose sight of them because they give a lot of play. Reliefs, winning in creativity in the placement process are maintained. And, to top it, some parts very, very bright.
So, to keep up on walls and ceramic flooring from Ascer comes an interesting summary of some the styles ‘trendies’ we are already seeing in the reforms and interior design projects around the world love the style statement ‘vintage’ with a return to the classic formats, the ceramic mixture in search for new solutions, gradients, subtle reliefs, the predominance of hexagons in many proposals and even ceramic tiles with mirror, etc.
In addition, another key aspect of this event is the presence of the architect Rafael Moneo, (September 25, at 11.00 in the Europauditorium). The Spanish architect, Pritzker Prize 1996, is the third world famous architect invited to give a lecture at Cersaie. The previous two were Kazuyo Sejima (Pritzker Prize 2010) and Eduardo Souto De Moura (Pritzker 2011).
Moreover, the meetings with internationally renowned architects also provides appointments with young designers such as French designer Ora-Ito and Scandinavian Andreas G. Gjertsen and Yashar Hanstad, the Studio TYIN Tegnestue with masters of design, Riccardo Dalisi and-winning architects Antón García-Abril and Ensamble studio, as well as a tribute to the architect Paolo Soleri Acrosanti creator, who died recently. In addition, the event will also feature the architects Carla Juaçaba, Izaskun Chinchilla and Sarah Robinson, professionals with very different backgrounds, who will participate in a discussion moderated by American architect Michael P. Johnson, among many others._