WATERFRONT: a modern interpretation of kitchen tradition

Waterfront is the ideal solution for creating a kitchen with long-lasting style.


Less is more: the power of concrete and the simplicity of tatami in a distinctively stylish slab tile.

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.

Industrial style. Floors with an urban look

Furnishing a loft in an industrial style means doing away with slick trimmings and focusing on raw materials. It means open spaces and structural elements in full view. But what kind of floor should you choose if you want an urban style?

Our back stage features. How does stand design highlight the product?

An event like Cersaie which features the launch of new products and requires long and demanding planning, focuses the attention of a large number of people, from attendees to organisers.

A look at Cersaie 2014: The latest trends for bathrooms and homes

Every year strolling through the Cersaie show provides a unique opportunity to see first-hand the latest solutions for the home, with a specific focus on bathroom furnishings.

140 years of Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola @Cersaie2014

Italy’s oldest Production and Employment Cooperative opened the doors of a tableware and majolica factory in 1874. This marked the beginning of a journey in pursuit of ceramic creativity.

Grey is a state of mind. The new LeonardoCeramica website is online.

On the new LeonardoCeramica website design and every possible branch and idea of it have found an excellent new home.

If every form has its own style, what format are you?

Ceramic collections offer a wide range of formats. And every size has its own style and purpose to suit the mood and features of different living spaces.

Floorings and facings? Tiles, naturally!

The everlasting wood effect and the latest, more contemporary, stone effect, pay homage to classic natural materials and lend a unique touch to residential spaces.

The ceramic tile. From historic beginnings to future unveilings

This year marks the centenary of the ceramic tile for Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola. In fact the very first ceramic floor tile produced by the oldest manufacturing cooperative in Italy dates all the way back to the year 1913. 

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