With more than 965 exhibitors from 31 countries, the 81,000-plus attendees of the 29th annual edition of Cersaie in Bologna, Italy, were treated to tile products that incorporated nature-mimicking designs, increased large-format options, new mind-bending shapes, as well as updated color palettes and texture options.



Mutina

Mutina’s “Pico” is available in 120- x 120-, 60- x 120- and 60- x 60-cm formats and in two mosaic models. Two textures complete the range, and the product is available in Blanc, Terre and Gris colors.
www.mutina.it

Cerim

Cerim’s “Wood Essence” expresses everyday warmth with its subtle characteristics and simplicity.
www.cerim.it

Ceramiche Lea

RE-evolution is available in six colors -- three warm tones in shades of beige and three “cold” grayish tones.
www.ceramichelea.it

Mutina

In the new “Bas-Relief” collection from Mutina, designer Patricia Urquiola uses color, height and depth in experimental patterns.
www.mutina.it

Settecento

Settecento’s “Lacche” is for wall use only, or as a decorative element.
www.settecento.com

Casa Dolce Casa

Casa Dolce Casa’s “Terra” is offered in six colors, several formats and in two finishes (matte and grip).
www.casadolcecasa.com

Mutina

For Mutina, the studio of Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay conceived “Folded” as a new textural twist on ceramic tile.
www.mutina.it

Ceramica Sant'Agostino

“Externa” by Ceramica Sant’Agostino retains its technical and aesthetic characteristics over time, resisting temperatures, impact, compression and wear.
www.ceramicasantagostino.it

Refin

Refin’s “Beside” reveals the square graphical patterns of the rarely utilized underside of porcelain tile.
www.refin.it