Inspired by CEDIT Ceramiche d'Italia
As part of the Florim Group, CEDIT has been producing Made in Italy ceramic tiles for almost 60 years. All unique and exclusive collections of the company are created by renowned domestic and foreign designers. Throughout its long history, CEDIT has collaborated with many famous Italian artists who have built the image of Made in Italy and spread it all over the world. These include Marco Zanuso, Enzo Mari, Mimmo Rotella, Gino Marotta and many others. Today, along with the brand renewal, an excellent collaboration with contemporary artists has started anew. CEDIT ceramics and floor coverings are not only tiles or floors, they are real works of art that create unique and timeless interiors, the choice of customers looking for bohemian interiors. Today, Florim, the parent company of CEDIT, vigorously promotes collaboration with high-profile figures in contemporary design. The new collections combine artisan expertise, technology and aesthetics to create products for homes, shops, offices and hotels that express elegance and distinction, an approach that derives from interactions across multiple disciplines. They designed the Matrice, a collection that combines figurative and abstract through the use of cement and ceramics.
The Formafantasma duo, Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin, are Italian but live in Amsterdam. They designed the Cromatica, which reveals the sonic importance of contemporary ceramics and proposes natural or polished base tiles in six different colors. Her name is Zaven, but Enrica Cavarzan and Marco Zavagno are pronounced. This multi-dimensional duo combines contemporary art and graphics
her Rilievi design emphasizes her love for three-dimensionality.
Reliefs, patterns and material combinations in CEDITAraldica is a porcelain stoneware wall tile designed by Federico Pepe. Starting with large slabs, the designer created a "canvas" that catches the eye with a skilful combination of colors and textures. The coat of arms and figures of the hourglass create an almost fractal geometric repetition with hypnotic force. The Archeologie line of Franco Guerzoni transfers the artist's painterly talent to large slabs on walls or floors. The result is a true narrative in visual signs that transforms everyday archeology into an almost mystical journey. CEDIT artists know very well that ceramics can also be used in other ways, such as Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, who designed Lapis ceramic vases in the late 1960s. CEDIT wanted a series of small ceramic items and created three identical vases in three different sizes, creating an original, geometric and timeless collection. Fifty years later, the company revisited it as an example of eternal design, updating colors without changing the spirit to meet the needs of creative and design-conscious customers .
CEDIT , ceramic surfaces since 1956. CEDIT collaborated with ADI (Association of Industrial Design) to create the "Piastrella d'oro" award. The "Collezione 1968" dates from 1968. Designed by some design giants such as Bob Noorda, Michele Provinciali, Bruno Binosi, Franca Helg & Antonio Piva and many others, this series of ceramic tiles completely changed traditional views on its head and gave it a new image of a culture of life. Art experiments continued in the 1970s with the exhibition '16 giochi a parete' (16 games on the wall), which presented the ideas of many designers, prompting them to rethink new ways of perceiving ceramic surfaces and imagining the wall as a chessboard to imagine it. it was composed in various ways.
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