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Special Tile Week The Top

Shades and textures that evoke distant lands and rare marbles. The new Marazzi The Top material looks reference the large geometrical forms of quartzes, the compactness of volcanic stones and the deep veining of metamorphic rocks, dotted with imperceptible traces of pebbles. There are no creative limits in the development of new surfaces and new technologies.

Porcelain tile inside and out at Villa Cannes

Phira, a French design firm run by the architect Philippe Bonino, recently designed a single-family villa with an emphatically contemporary feel in Cannes, on the Côte d’Azur, next to a protected natural area with magnificent sea-views.

The "Poster" that breaks the mould

Decoration and sustainability find an unexpected aesthetic and design dimension with Poster, the new Marazzi porcelain stoneware collection, made with 40% recycled material and Puro Marazzi Antibacterial technology that eliminates harmful microbes and bacteria from surfaces.

"Lume" by Marazzi takes on new colors

Marazzi introduces the new colors of Lume, the ceramic series of the range Crogiolo.

Marazzi presents Cementum, with Body Plus technology

The appearance and properties of cast concrete, using sophisticated BodyPlus production technology

The Travertine according to Marazzi

A timeless material meets cutting-edge design in the new Mystone Travertino stoneware by Marazzi. This collection gives marble a strong contemporary sense, using the innovations of the laboratories of the well-known ceramic brand

Crogiolo Rice: the beauty of majolica bricks

The new Marazzi research on industrial craftsmanship rediscovers the beauty of authentic, colorful ceramics, decorated in collections with a hand-made flavor, the result of the encounter between craftsmanship and industrial technology

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.

Ragno presents Realstone Argent

Ragno presents Realstone Argent, the latest stone-effect ceramic collection

Marazzi goes beyond the wood effect with “Oltre”

“Oltre”, which means “beyond”, is a collection of plank tiles that pushes porcelain stoneware towards unexplored horizons

Ragno presents CleanOut, a new antimicrobial technology

CleanOut by Ragno is the new antimicrobial technology for ceramic floors and walls. It suppresses the growth and reproduction of pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, molds and fungi, neutralizing unpleasant odors and reducing the bacterial load up to 99.9%.

Alba: Marazzi focuses on antibacterial and sustainable stoneware

Alba is the new ceramic collection by Marazzi. Produced with 40% recycled material, it represents a choice of safe and eco-sustainable design.

An "eclectic" collection for coverings: Eclettica

With Eclettica, the new ceramic wall tile collection by Marazzi, color is again the protagonist of design spaces.

The iconic "Triennale" exhibited at the MAXXI with Gio Ponti Amare l'architettura

Triennale, the four times curved tile designed by Gio Ponti and Alberto Rosselli for Marazzi in 1960, is on display at the MAXXI National Museum of Arts of the XXI century in Rome

Marazzi restyles its London showroom

The Grande extra-large slabs and The Top star in the new-look Clerkenwell location

Ragno and its 5 new stoneware collections for contemporary interiors

At Cersaie 2019, the year in which it turns 70, the ceramic brand Ragno presents its new collections of porcelain stoneware surfaces

3D structures and color: the new Tempera by Ragno

A proposal made of porcelain stoneware for coverings composed of a mixture of neutral tones and bright colors and a rich palette of surface effects.

Marazzi opens new showrooms in Lyon and Milan

The new showrooms reaffirm Marazzi’s role as a reference brand for the international community of architects and interior designers.

D_Segni is renewed with dusty colors and the Venetian terrace

The typical 20x20 cm stoneware D_Segni di Marazzi, which reinterprets the charm of cement tiles, is renewed by presenting two further versions: D_Segni Colore and D_Segni Scaglie.

Scatti d'autore describes Marazzi surfaces in Paris

During the Paris Photo 2018, Marazzi celebrates the ceramic material and the history of the company in the shots by Gianni Berengo Gardin, Luigi Ghirri, Charles Traub, Cuchi White and Andrea Ferrari.