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So many news at Cersaie, thanks for your visit and enthusiasm!


The industrial elegance of concrete effect surfaces 


Decorated woods for nordic atmospheres

Clay Paky Headquarters

The StoneOne collection is the key feature of this ambitious, prestigious project: the new headquarters of the hi-tech company Clay Paky, in Seriate. The stone-effect tiles, in the Black shade, cover over 1200 square metres, giving offices, meeting rooms and common areas a striking, industrial lo...

VI Group Headquarters

For its headquarters in Bratislava, IV Group estate agency was looking for a striking, exclusive, industrial style. Minimal furnishings, metal details and clean-cut material lines blend with the flooring, tiled with small-size elements from the Terra collection. The sophisticated Cubo decoration,...


Glossy glazes and intense shades for innovative sizes


The 20 mm-thick line of stoneware surfaces that combine exclusive Made in Italy style with the maximum resistance and safety.

Galleria Marca Corona

The long and fascinating story of Marca Corona told inside the Galleria Marca Corona.

What's new

September 24-29, 2018

Cersaie 2018

Great anticipation for the 36th edition of the International Exhibition of Ceramic Tile and Bathroom Furnishings: in Bologna, great attention will be paid towards innovation, large sizes and sustainability.
September 12-15, 2018

Galabau 2018

Marca Corona will be at Galabau (Pad 5 – Stand 128), the international fair of Nuremberg, dedicated to gardening, landscaping and greendesign, to present its HiThick line.
September 7-11, 2018

Maison & Objet 2018

Paris confirms itself as most important international showcase for design and interior decoration.
May 26- November 25, 2018

Biennale di Venezia 2018

Freespace is the topic of the 16th edition of the International Architecture Exhibition: installations, exhibitions and conferences on design and reconversion animate the Central Pavilion (Giardini) and the Arsenale of Venice.