Watercolor strokes for the new "Shades" by Ceramiche Piemme

From the small colored footsteps by Pierre Charpin towards the reinterpretation of the auteur brush stroke of Gordon Guillaumier. The stylistic path of Ceramiche Piemme - the company from Modena that during these years has been involved in successful creative collaborations with important names in international architecture - culminates with a new collection of porcelain stoneware surfaces for floors and walls with a striking design and an artistic background.

"For this collection, hand-decorated ceramics - such as the important Ceramics of Caltagirone - inspired me", the designer Guillaumier explains. "Starting from my watercolors, I wanted to go against linearity and geometry to lend the look of a hand-decorated surface".

A yesteryear watercolors’ brush stroke - recreated with the most advanced digital decoration technologies - covers the new ceramic tiles of the line Shades.

5 basic cement-effect shades are combined with 4 types of decoration, each one in five shades ranging from blue to sky-blue, from white to golden and sugar paper.

Shades by Ceramiche Piemme will be unveiled during the Fuorisalone event in Milan (17-22 April) at the Falegnameria Cavalleroni (Via Palermo 8), located in the beating heart of the Brera Design District.