Slimtech Naive, design by Patrick Norguet, is inspired by avant-garde technology. It is the meeting point between design and technology, between craftsmanship and industry, between porcelain stoneware and glaze. The patterns, reminiscent of carefully drawn pencil lines, create an interweaving effect, a web of random marks that emanate an emotional candor. The lightness and the sizes of the slabs accentuate the delicacy of these lines, which intersect unpredictably. A playful interaction between marks and rhythm that creates vibrant and mysterious surfaces available in various colors.
Technologylaminated porcelain UGL
Recommended joint1-2 mm
Filigrane, the decoration conceived by French designer Philippe Nigro to enhance Lea Ceramiche’s Slimtech Timeless Marble collection, won the 2017 Archiproducts Design Awards in the Finishes category, standing out for its graphic design which combines artificial markings with the natural details of a traditional material like marble. In the dialogue between style and material, between …
Bologna, September 2017 At Cersaie 2017, Lea Ceramiche, an iconic brand in the ceramic sector for creative vision and dialogue with the world of design, has presented an ambitious set of new collections that synthesize the company’s ability to interpret the latest trends in surfaces. The booth hosting the collections, which this year is once …
At Cersaie 2017 Lea Ceramiche has been present at the Milleluci Exhibition, which is promoted by Edi.Cer and BolognaFiere. Curated by Angelo Dall’Aglio and Davide Vercelli, it s an exhibition that draws inspiration from the television variety show aired in the ’70s. Lea Ceramiche was involved in this project and presented two collections: Trame, …