Porcelain stoneware has always been one of the most popular materials in the building industry. Sturdy, inexpensive, long-lasting ceramic tiles and slabs are today also a choice aesthetically in the forefront thanks to new digital graphic technologies.READ
The Chevron format of the Majestic Valentino collection is inspired by French Renaissance floorings: obtained by cutting whole slabs at a 45° angle, it enables the material to be laid with the installation method traditionally used for wooden parquet but today also widely used for the most exclusive ceramic materials.READ
The geometric alternation of black and white marble creates a strong-impact optical effect to convey personality and strength to the walls.READ
Light/shadow effects to create a contemporary style for the new collection Stone ConceptREAD
The Jungle decoration of the new Majestic Valentino by Ceramiche Piemme tile collection finishes spaces with a reference to natureREAD
Piemme 40: in the heart of Clerkenwell, architects and designers will be able to see the quality of the porcelain stoneware tile and slab collections of Ceramiche Piemme and Valentino.READ
At the Cersaie Show in September, Davide Colli, the new Chief Operating Officer of Ceramiche Piemme, was presented. He joined the Fiorano Modenese based company in July, bringing with him extensive experience acquired with the Concorde Group.READ
Majestic collection is inspired by the arabesque textures of marbles and interprets interior decorating with haute couture taste in unmistakable Valentino brand style.
The tiles in the Freedom collection recreate the natural effects of the stone from Hauteville, used all over the world for its extraordinary compactness.