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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.

De-constructions

25-11-2011

De-constructions

Coming out of the Biennale in Venice, one is likely to overhear a lot of talk about Urs Fischer: the artist who staged the melting of a wax reproduction of Giambologna’s “Rape of the Sabine Women”.

Porcelain stoneware for the new bathroom space

21-11-2011

Porcelain stoneware for the new bathroom space

Ceramic tiles as items of décor in today’s new bathrooms: examples of how porcelain stoneware is keeping up with the times in wellness.

The form of porcelain stoneware

14-06-2011

The form of porcelain stoneware

Materials are basic components of architectural design, and their form, whether traditional or high-tech, express a building’s aesthetic continuity.

Ceramic exteriors and environmental quality

29-03-2011

Ceramic exteriors and environmental quality

The façades of the new architecture tell us not only about the place but about the technical and design quality of a project, and Active Clean Air & Antibacterial Ceramic™ is an example of a form of cladding capable of doing this.

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