A new edition of Bologna Cersaie is about to begin!

This is a regular date that Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola simply cannot miss, so we look forward to seeing you at our stand! We’ve got lots of new surprises for you to discover!

Factory: hi tech, essential and bold, all in one collection.

A full-bodied porcelain stoneware collection with a unique concrete effect and a very special range of surface colour variations featuring subtle shades that can only be truly appreciated when every tile has been laid.

What not to miss at Cersaie 2015!

The most important event for those, like us, who work with ceramics, interior design and bathroom fittings is about to kick off from 28th September to 2nd October 2015.

Back at Expo 2015. A walk through the pavilions that carry our hallmark.

In an article we posted a few days ago we told you why you can find the best of Italian ceramics at the Kuwait pavilion.

The best of Italian ceramics at the Kuwait pavilion

How can a small country like Kuwait charm, amaze and create an impact in the most important showcase of all time: the Expo 2015?

At Expo 2015 look out for the Ceramics of Italy workshop

The countdown to the official opening of the tour initiative that will be stopping this year in Milan has begun. 

Exercises in ceramic design at the FuoriSalone 2015

The 26th edition of the Fuorisalone event in Milan is nearly here.

Collections of Emotions

There are times when in order to create something truly new we need to abandon our certainties and leave the beaten path.

Where can I buy Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola’s products?

Cooperativa Ceramica d'imola is located in Imola in Italy, but has qualified worldwide dealers and distributors.

What is the difference between the various tile surfaces?

The surface of a tile is distinguished by a number of visual and tactile features

What is the difference between glazed and full-bodied porcelain stoneware?

Glazed porcelain stoneware is a product with a front surface that has been further enhanced by glazing.

Walking around Cersaie #1. Ceramic Futures, from poetry to science fiction

Every year Cersaie provides a unique opportunity to understand not just new frontiers in ceramics for homes and public spaces, but also to take a close look at projects that involve the most contemporary art and design.

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