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
Lea Ceramiche meets art at the solo exhibition of the artist Orodè Deoro. An extensive monographic exhibition on contemporary mosaics, curated by the architect Fabio Novembre, is going to be held in the town of Chartres, France. It features a selection of artworks created by the Apulian artist and made from hand-cut ceramics, epoxy …
MILAN DESIGN WEEK: GREAT SUCCESS FOR CREATIVITY IN PERFORMANCE BY LEA The first week of April was a very busy one for LEA Ceramiche that, through different languages, reflected the brand values in the Creativity in Performance project. More than a title, the expression Creativity in Performance indicates the recognised vocation of Lea Ceramiche for …
At first it deceives, then it surprises, and then it makes one smile and think. The decorative pattern of Filigrane, the latest decoration from Lea Ceramiche designed by Philippe Nigro, develops on the basis of a regular geometrical pattern of iridescent effects that extend outwards randomly like the characteristic veining of the most highly prized …