Pamesa back on board to Bolonia

Pamesa will again be taking part in Cersaie, the yearly Italian tile show, with a stand covering an area of over 400m2, where it will be presenting all the best in tile design from September 26th to 30th.  The Koncept tile model, one of the company’s classics, in a 120x 260 format will play a star role on the stand’s façade.  This cement-effect tile in a matt finish will be combined with red latticework (Pamesa’s corporate colour) in allusion to the company’s 50th anniversary.

Inside the stand, a small hotel will be recreated, made up of various different rooms. The first is a small business centre, featuring one of Pamesa’s new stone-effect series, Fiume. This is followed by an en suite room, where Arabescato takes pride of place. This is a marble-effect collection conspicuous for its different effects, thanks to the use of ceramic grits. A spa will also be recreated using the Slate Way series, a design inspired by Brazilian slate and its striking contrasts. Finally, the gymnasium will feature the  Essenza series: a porcelain tile collection in a wide choice of elegant neutral monochrome colours.  

At this edition of Cersaie, Pamesa will be showcasing three series that take advantage of new tile technologies to create certain effects. One is Arabescato in three different polished finishes, while Rusty Metal and Vulcan feature a rusty shine and assorted effects and textures, achieved with metallic grits.  

This summer, Pamesa has also launched a new range called Extra with a more lightweight, eco-friendlier design, hence guaranteeing the need for fewer resources in the manufacturing and transportation processes. Extra has six distinctive features: it is flexible, resistant, lightweight, versatile, slimline and eco-friendly. The range currently features two series:  Grove, which pays tribute to the warmth of wood, and Concret, a cement-effect series.  

Lastly, Pamesa will also be presenting its new small-format range, Origin, inspired by the traditional origins of tile making: small handcrafted clay tiles. The new range is a solid reflection of the latest trends in interior design and architecture. Thanks to its different colours, shapes, sizes and patterns, it stands out for its diversity and for the myriad of sensations that it elicits.

Discover the broad-ranging design potential that all these models offer at Pamesa Cerámica’s stand at Cersaie: stand B34- C31 in hall 16 of Bologna Fiere.

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