Tag Ariostea

Floor and wall coverings in educational spaces

24-01-2013

Floor and wall coverings in educational spaces

Ariostea’s collections of porcelain floor and wall tiles can reflect and amplify the sensorial qualities of places of learning. Positive perception of scholastic and relational spaces ensures a complete experience of individual and collective wellbeing.

Exhibiting ceramic floor and wall tiles

04-12-2012

Exhibiting ceramic floor and wall tiles

Ceramic flooring is, as everyone knows, made of up units of different sizes, and how they are presented to architects is very important, as it can suggest possible uses to them. At Cersaie, the international exhibition of ceramics for construction and bathroom furnishings, Ariostea proposed an innovative display space designed by Marco Porpora giving free rein to architects’ creative interpretation.

High-Tech natural stones: new forms of expression for floors and walls

11-10-2012

High-Tech natural stones: new forms of expression for floors and walls

A production process based on the natural process of rock formation preserves the morphological and semantic properties of stone in Ariostea High-Tech stone look porcelain stoneware floors, while at the same time creating additional room for interpretation

New sensorial interpretations of porcelain stoneware

07-06-2012

New sensorial interpretations of porcelain stoneware

Imagine a form of architectural space which goes beyond initial perceptions in search of new sensorial experiences, as art has been doing for some time now. This idea can involve combinations of different forms, technologies and materials, as in Ariostea’s refined wood-look porcelain stoneware, adding a new dimension to perceived space produced by the external, iconic qualities of wood and the stability of porcelain stoneware.

Design: uniqueness in mass production

24-05-2012

Design: uniqueness in mass production

Design began when industry took over the place of handcrafts to provide enough goods to potentially satisfy every single person in the world.

Colour, non-colour and colour as nature

07-02-2012

Colour, non-colour and colour as nature

The colours of porcelain stoneware are in harmony with the different approaches to design of architects, interior decorators and environmentalists: the colour of ceramic surfaces as a possible key to interpreting contemporary architecture.

Private architecture

26-01-2012

Private architecture

The term private architecture refers not only to residential architecture, but to the aesthetic that makes our dwelling places into viewpoints offering a glimpse of our own inner lives.

Landscaping: making land enjoyable

12-12-2011

Landscaping: making land enjoyable

The term Landscaping, or landscape architecture, brings to mind English-style historic parks and gardens and, why not, one’s own back garden.

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