The new high-tech Convention Center, comprised of four pavilions, boasts three exhibition levels, two parking levels, and a mezzanine level to house service areas including cafes, restaurants, and meeting facilities. The new facility, already recognized as a major modern exhibition center in Europe, will dedicate 1.8 million sq. ft. of floor space to the show - a 50 percent increase from what the previous facility offered.
This expansion will allow the show to be more appropriately segmented than what it's been in years past. With more than half of the show dedicated to ceramic floor and wall tile, Tile of Spain will have tremendous presence.
Cevisama 2005 will also be featuring the Trans-Hitos exhibition, which will display all that is new in ceramic tiles and bathroom equipment for applications in architecture and urban development. The display will be the largest exhibition of innovations in technology and design developed by the Spanish tile and bathroom industry for architectural usage and will be a feature of Cevisama in forthcoming years.
As Spain's premier trade show, Cevisama is the place Tile of Spain first launches new product design and technology for the year to the global marketplace. Manufacturers will feature new collections and product ranges, demonstrating leadership in the tile sector.
Roca Ceramica expands the company's Stratos range of high-tech porcelains, with the Sigma and Columbia series.
Gres De Breda will present Hidria, a collection that revives traditional craftsmanship. The collection is characterized by its combination of color, form and texture for a natural and authentic look and feel.
Metropol Ceramica will showcase the Magma series - a porcelain tile used for wall and flooring applications.
For more information on Tile of Spain at Cevisama 2005 and member manufacturers call the Tile of Spain Center at the Trade Commission of Spain in Miami at 305-446-4387 or visit www.spaintiles.info.