Active Clean Air & Antibacterial Ceramic™ materials are used in renovation of a healthcare centre in Spain, demonstrating that a ventilated façade made out of ceramic units can help provide passive protection and reduce pollutants.
The ceramic floor and wall tiles in master chef Alessandra Spisni’s Vecchia scuola bolognese restaurant not only add character anchored in local traditions but improve the quality of the environment by reducing pollutants and the principal strains of bacteria thanks to the action of Titanium dioxide, in a process which is completely harmless for human health
Cities and urban spaces can be reshaped using large-size porcelain tiles. Young designers from the Spatial Design Teamwork at the Politecnico di Milano and the University of Brighton have shown us how through projects with a new take on city spaces.
Hygienic floor and wall coverings are essential in gyms and spas, and ceramic tiles not only meet this requirement but help fight pollution and bacteria through the ACTIVE Clean Air and Antibacterial Ceramic™ procedure.