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.
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.
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.
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
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
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%.