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  • Product Report: Cersaie 2012

    Highlights with a focus on sustainability from Cersaie 2012, Italy's international exhibiton of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings.

  • Product: Trend Group Metropolis

    Building on Trend Group’s Liberty mosaic line, Metropolis plays with light on glass tile and contains up to 75% post-consumer recycled glass.

  • Product: Lea Ceramiche Studies in Gouache

    Lea has added a patterning element to its Slimtech line of porcelain laminate slabs, as seen in the Studies in Gouache collection

  • Product: Refin Cromie

    Cromie is the first collection from Refin to use the company’s Ecosan24 treatment, which uses titanium dioxide and metallic elements to treat pollution, self-clean, and sanitize the tiles.

  • Product: Marazzi Group Concept

    Breaking from the abundance of wood patterns and undetailed stone visuals of Cersaie 2012, Marazzi Group’s Ragno subsidiary taps into another trend at the show with decorative detailing.

  • Product: Ceramiche Mutina, Azulej

    For her fourth design for Mutina, Italian designer Patricia Urquiola strikes with a collection of tiles made from glazed porcelain.

  • Product: Casalgrande Padana, Bios Self Cleaning Ceramics

    In a partnership with Japanese manufacturer Toto, Casalgrande Padana is producing Bios Self Cleaning Ceramics, a line of self-cleaning porcelain tiles for use in exterior and interior applications.

  • Product: Florim Ceramiche Selection Oak and Taiga

    Under its Rex subsidiary, Florim Ceramiche is offering Selection Oak and Taiga, two new collections that include recycled content.

  • Product: Ceramica Panaria Aisthesis

    Aisthesis is the first collection of Cermica Panaria’s ZERO.3 laminated porcelain stoneware, and is an Ecolabel—certified collection that features eight neutral colors in 3mm-thick slabs of seven shapes.

  • Product: Coem Pietra Jura

    Featuring seven tile sizes, Pietra Jura is the first eco++ line from Coem.