Cersaie is the largest international exhibition for ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings, which is held annually in Bologna, Italy. This year, approximately 900 exhibitors showcased their newest, most innovative products to more than 112,000 visitors from all over the world.
Plume is a new series of three custom feather mosaic panels by New Ravenna. The complex details of the Plume mosaic panels depict pheasant and guinea hen feathers. Set against black matte Obsidian glass, organic colors emerge, creating a unique mosaic, which replicates each feather.
Supporting a traditional industrial aesthetic infused with modern appeal, Borigni by Emser Tile breaks the boundaries of the brushed concrete look with customizable installation opportunities. Intermix three trending tile sizes for truly one-of-a-kind designs.
Ege Seramik’s design team has raised the bar with its recent introduction of the Smyrna collection. State-of-the-art inkjet technology and meticulous design work has allowed this new series to give the illusion of a three-dimensional, textured tile in a full line of pressed, glazed porcelain tiles.
Essence is an Italian-made, rectified glazed porcelain series from Arizona Tile that was created to emulate the appearance of natural wood planks. With more than 70 pattern faces throughout each color, repetition is limited thereby improving its realistic, wood-like appearance.
Helping tile industry professionals keep a finger on the pulse of the latest trends in tile, the October 2018 issue product showcase lists new collections from the industry's biggest names and trend-setters.
The design project takes off from various starting points. On one hand, the site, unique and challenging in its layout as well as its location, requires a strong solution. We find a locale with a small, narrow facade on a busy street in the Eixample area of Barcelona.
Tile trends are constantly evolving. Although they don’t necessarily change from year to year, new designs are always being created. And wheels are always spinning. After all, whenever you travel to another tradeshow or event, don’t you always manage to find something new?
In this issue of TILE Magazine, we put together an exclusive showcase of new products that would’ve been introduced at this year’s edition of Coverings, which was unfortunately cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Also, be sure to check out the detailed trend report for 2020, featuring advice from design professionals all over the country.