Ceramic Tiles of Italy made a statement at this year’s ICFF with a 3,500-square foot pavilion designed by Italian architect Michele De Lucchi. Carefully crafted, it featured exhibits from 13 of Italy’s most influential tile manufacturers. The space was a source for new products and inspirations as each manufacturer added their own signature flair to the exhibit.

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Ceramic Tiles of Italy made a statement at this year’s ICFF with a 3,500-square foot pavilion designed by Italian architect Michele De Lucchi.

Carefully crafted, it featured exhibits from 13 of Italy’s most influential tile manufacturers. The space was a source for new products and inspirations as each manufacturer added their own signature flair to the exhibit.

Introductions ran the gamut from traditionally beautiful, handmade ceramics to technically sophisticated, contemporary porcelains.

Since the show annually draws more than 25,000 design aficionados from all over the world, Italian tile exhibitors used the opportunity to showcase a mix of modern collections.

For more information on Ceramic Tiles of Italy visit the gateway www.italiantiles.com - with links to our four key industry sites: www.italiatiles.com (the official website of Confindustria Ceramica), www.italytile.com (the official website for the Ceramic Tile Department of the Italian Trade Commission), www.s-tiles.it (a tool that tracks the Italian tile industry’s commitment to sustainable design) and www.tilecompetition.com (a digital guide to the Ceramic Tiles of Italy Design Competition).