IRIS Ceramica’s porcelain tiles offer all the safety and strength required for outdoor use, aesthetically completing the identity of the home with plenty of compositional possibilities and extending the house out into the landscape
Iris Ceramica’s Active is a self-cleaning, anti-pollutant and anti-bacterial floor composed of porcelain tiles which are eco-sustainable at every phase in production, from the selection of raw materials to the production of indoor and outdoor floor and wall tiles.
Iris Ceramica has designed numerous porcelain tile solutions for the bathroom: floor and wall coverings capable of creating sensations of wellbeing and relaxation in refined styles ranging from the classic to the contemporary.
Iris Ceramica majolica tiles underline the decorative nature of wall coverings with combinations of modular sizes and a multitude of different chromatic geometries. The majolica kitchen is a sophisticated, classic yet contemporary solution.
Designing for man is a sign of an ethical vision of architecture and sustainability is its truest expression. It must therefore be present at all stages in architecture, with a special focus on materials such as porcelain for floor and wall coverings designed for sustainable architecture.
Fiandre, IRIS Ceramica, FMG Fabbrica marmi e graniti and Ariostea, four companies from the Sassuolo area, presented their quality ceramic wall and floor tiles to architects and designers from all over the world at MusBuild 2014 in Moscow. Mosbuild 2014 offered a unique opportunity to build a product design bridge between east and west.
The porcelain floor and wall tiles in Iris Ceramica’s Terre collection reinvent living spaces in the home, with a focus on the attractions of the raw material and the power of the colours of traditional classic and rural décor.
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