The new collections by Marazzi exhibited in the store in Hamburg

Marazzi Flagship store in Hamburg - about 500 square meters large - welcomes the new ceramic collections, as a result of the latest innovations developed in the company's laboratories. They include large stoneware slabs as well as small sizes with a handcrafted style, high-tech materials and stoneware for the outdoors.

The windows of the showroom have walls covered, on one side, with large slabs of Grande Marble Look Verde Aver, 160x320 cm format, inspired by the precious green Italian marble; on the other side, you can see the typical Moroccan tiles made of highly polished terracotta, 10x10 cm, by Crogiolo Zellige collection. On the entire wall, the Gipsy decoration by the collection Magnifica stands out: a floral blow-up that contrasts with the technical stoneware floor Mystone Gris du Gent. Moreover, the washbasins are real “sculptures”, completely modernized with large-format stoneware.

Inside, the space was designed to show visitors - architects, designers, retailers or consumers looking for inspiration - the manifold solutions Marazzi offers as for materials and creative possibilities. At the center of the showroom, the exhibited collections are Grande and The Top, with the “marble look” finishes of the walls created with Golden White and Elegant Black; the latter was also used to design the top of the large kitchen counter, in the 12 mm version.

In the same space, there is also the area dedicated to Grand Carpet, the collection designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel: inspired by the majesty of an ancient Persian carpet, it represents a new decorative trend for large slabs. The wall covered with Lume Black leads in the area of the small-format collections by Crogiolo: here, Marazzi's research on industrial craftsmanship rediscovers the beauty of authentic, colorful and decorated ceramics.

Finally, in the technical area, there are the most performing materials: the material library, stoneware for the outdoors, as well as small spaces with suggestions and examples of the potential uses of ceramic for all housing and design solutions.