CERAMIC·BATHROOM April 18-21, 2019




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LOS ANGELES – As a leading designer, marketer and producer of the world’s finest tile and natural stone, Emser Tile will showcase an ever-expanding portfolio designed to exceed market demand and inspire market trends at The International Surface Event in Las Vegas, January 30 – February 1. 

Wall Tile

Nuovo: Nuovo brings undeniable glamour and sophistication to interiors through form and texture in a glazed ceramic wall tile. A beautiful display of and dimension, distinct large-scale geometry is enhanced with small-scale etched and combed details that refract light and complement other textures.

Natural Stone

Metro Blue: Building on the popular Metro line, Metro Blue expands the marble and limestone series to include three-dimensional split face and chiseled textures, as well as a linear pattern. Available in various shapes and sizes, Metro Blue celebrates a neutral, rustic aesthetic ideal for walls and surfaces.

Marazzi opens showroom in Paris

Marazzi opens its first showroom in Paris and chooses one of Europe's most iconic districts, Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
Three floors entirely dedicated to the Italian brand that leads the world in ceramic coverings, in a historic building typical of the Haussmann period, retaining all the era's distinctive appeal.

The opening coincided with Paris Design Week, and involved a specific event on 7 September attended by more than 300 guests, including the press and design professionals.
This new opening follows on from another major inauguration, the London showroom in the Clerkenwell design district. With these new locations, Marazzi confirms its active presence in two of Europe's most important capitals and reinforces its status as a key brand for architects and designers.

The exclusive project was created by the Marcel Mauer firm of Italian architects Lorenzo Baldini and Antonio Pisano.
The main aim in the design of the interior was to conserve as much as possible of the existing historic building, dating from the mid Nineteenth Century and originally a with Marazzi ceramics an bookshop, while seeking to create a new, vibrant space capable of dialoguing and stonewares.

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