The symbolic material of modern architecture inspires a conceptual operation which, between pure backgrounds and decorative patterns, celebrates the aesthetics of concrete.
With Concreto, Lea Ceramiche has developed a full ceramic collection, divided into three thicknesses, with multiple finishes and multiple formats.
An aesthetic project that shapes the character of every environment: more intimate and private spaces, work or formal environments, the outdoor living room and the kitchen. Plain colours, which can be harmoniously combined, and decoration are the coordinates on which minimalism and design converge.
In search of a more intimate relationship with the material, Zoom acts as a powerful microscope: it observes the structure of concrete and brings traces of the presence of water to the surface.
The Zoom decoration explores the organic nature of concrete to discover unpredictable natural geometries, creating patterned carpets and a new take on traditional cement tiles.
TECHNOLOGYLAMINATED PORCELAIN UGL
THICKNESS10 MM - 11 MM
SHADE VARIATIONV3 MODERATE VARIATIONS
The sheer distinctiveness of Lea Ceramiche defines a new dialectics of spaces New surfaces for architecture and interiors, interpreted with Lea Ceramiche’s signature style, will be on show at Cersaie 2019, the most important trade fair in the ceramic industry. Also this year, Lea Ceramiche, which is always searching for new languages and applications, …
From 23 to 27 September Lea Ceramiche will participate in the International Ceramic Trade-show in Bologna. A set of new collections and a stand designed entirely by Diego Grandiencapsulate Lea Ceramiche’s ability to interpret the latest trends in surfaces. Click the banner below and fill out the form, you will receive a free ticket.
For the fourth consecutive year, Lea Ceramiche and Panariagroup will participate in the 33rd edition of the 2019 Maratona Dles Dolomites – Enel, as Gold Sponsor. The event, which is one of the most important international cycling races, will take place in the spectacular landscape of the Dolomites on Sunday 7th July. Starting in …