Cevisama 2018 took place Feb. 5-9 in Valencia, Spain. The fair displayed innovative and elegant designs in ceramic tiles and bathroom furnishings, notably in regard to washbasins.
As for the ceramic tiles, Keraben Group’s Metropol Ceramica showcased its Inspired tile collection as well as its Casa Infinita Touch collection whose surface imitates the look of cement—in homage to the most important material of the 20th century, according to the company.
Italian company Ceramiche Piemme presented three new ceramic collections to the Spanish market. Uniquestone resembles stone, granite and marble with shades ranging from “silk” to “nite.” Fleur de Bois is inspired by a mix of American and Italian walnut wood and Lithostone is a large format of tiles made using precious metals with stones such as Burlington, lavica, limestone and beola.
Marazzi launched its new collections in ceramic and stoneware: Mineral, a metal-effect stoneware; Treverklife a stoneware collection inspired by oak; and D_Segni, handmade cement tiles. Marazzi also introduced the Grand Carpet collection, a creative site-specific installation of “Augmented Surface” with decorative pieces and porcelain stoneware, designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel.
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In the bathroom sector several brands presented new sink collections. Geberit S.A.U launched its Collection El Baño Geberit, a wide range of toilets, bidets, washbasins and bathroom furniture in five series, designed for both public and private bathrooms. Each series includes a Geberit Rimfree® toilet model. Miapetra exhibited its elegant natural slate stone washbasin, Piatta, and Aquabella released its On-Top Circle washbasin in two textures: slate and beton.
For more on Cevisama, take a look at Tile Magazine’s recap.