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PIEMME INDUSTRIE CERAMICHE S.P.A.

Via del Crociale 42/44, 41042 Fiorano Modenese (MO)
Italy
Telephone +39 0536 849111
Fax +39 0536 849402
info@ceramichepiemme.it

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EuroShop 2020 hall map (Hall 10): stand G52

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EuroShop 2020 fairground map: Hall 10

Contact

Davide Colli

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Shop Fitting & Store Design
  • 01.02  Materials & Surfaces
  • 01.02.01  Flooring

Our products

Product category: Flooring

Glitch by Benoy

Glitch is a range of porcelain stoneware tiles developed by Piemme in partnership with one of the biggest international design studios: Benoy. Individuality and imperfection are ever-more desirable in the modern world of mass production, in which everything is type approved and homogenised. Beauty is increasingly sought out in imperfections: the knots in wood, the veining in marble, scratches in leather. Glitch brings out and highlights the heterogeneous nature of concrete, and all those little imperfections characteristic of this surface, such as cracks, patinas, scratches and weathering, all harmonised and reinterpreted as ceramic tiles. The decorative range borrows from the imperfections present in the digital world - hence the name "Glitch" - and melds them with the tones of concrete both on flat and three-dimensional bases. The result is a contemporary aesthetic which can be applied equally to residential environments and to commercial locations.

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Product category: Flooring

Materia

Materia is conceived to introduce a new expression of ceramics. A noble material with a great history relaunches its creative potential thanks to the graphic technique and the diverse esthetics of materials like metal, stone and ceramics itself.

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Product category: Flooring

Venetian Marble

A collection inspired by the Venetian terrazzo flooring used since ancient times in Greece. It then reached and became widespread in Italy, first of all thanks to the ancient Romans and then to the Venetian nobles.

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Jan 10, 2020

CERAMICHE PIEMME INVENTS A NEW...“MATERIA”

Materia is the name of the new collection by Ceramiche Piemme: an unusual effect, creating
surfaces that merge metal, Corten steel, stone and ceramic in a refined, contemporary look.
Starting out from very different metals, oxidised or glossy, from the natural feel of stone and the versatility of ceramic, Ceramiche Piemme’s R&D team have created a new material with “Materia”.
Thanks to sophisticated production technologies, this collection combines the ground look typical of hand-polished metal with the small flaws that denote genuine craftsmanship.
It is available in six tones, ranging from the lightest OPAL (white) to DEEP (anthracite), taking in the light grey NACRE, the dove grey SHIMMER, the dark grey REFLEX and the Corten steel-coloured RUST.
Six sizes are available, with two three-dimensional structures and two third-firing decorations.

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Dec 18, 2019

GLITCH SURFACES: EXQUISITE IMPERFECTION BY BENOY

Glitch is the new collection of porcelain stoneware tiles designed by London firm Benoy. 
The word "glitch" refers to the flickering produced on a computer screen by an unforeseen error. A theme very much in line with the design trend that favours imperfection as a sign of uniqueness. Hence the inspiration of the Benoy designers, expressed in 8 colours in various sizes.
"We wanted to come up with wall tiles focusing on the distinctive irregularities of concrete surfaces, such as cracks, films, scratches and wear, and reinterpret them for ceramics" Andy Piepenstock, Benoy Design Director, explains. "The idea of Glitch is based on a paradox: instead of providing a digital reproduction of the flaws of nature... this collection gives tangible form to the flaws and errors of the digital world!
The result is a contemporary collection ideal for both homes and commercial locations (Benoy's real specialism).

"Glitch expands our range and extends our concept of culturally upgrading our design" explains Davide Colli, Chief Operating Officer of Ceramiche Piemme. "Technological updates and range renewal require continual inputs from designers and architects like Benoy, which handles construction projects all over the world.

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Dec 11, 2019

THE NEW TILES FOR THE RETAIL SECTOR: CERAMICHE PIEMME

From 16 to 20 February 2020, at Euroshop 2020 (Düsseldorf Exhibition Centre, Hall 10, Stand G52) Ceramiche Piemme will be presenting Materia, Glitch by Benoy and Venetian Marble: three ceramic covering collections designed for the retail sector. 

"This event forms part of our strategy of consolidation on the international markets," Davide Colli, COO of Ceramiche Piemme explains. "The positions we have worked to achieve in recent years confirm our status as a professional, recognised brand. Now we want to grow in the medium-high end commercial and residential retail sectors. It's a market where quality is still key, and where the new products we have developed during 2019 have already had a very favourable reception, in both the USA and the UK."

Materia creates an unusual effect with surfaces that merge metal, Corten steel, stone and ceramic in a refined, contemporary look. 
Glitch is the new collection of porcelain stoneware tiles designed by London firm Benoy. The word "glitch" refers to the flickering produced on a computer screen by an unforeseen error. A theme very much in line with the design trend that favours imperfection as a sign of uniqueness. Hence the inspiration of the Benoy designers, expressed in 8 colours in various sizes. 
Last but not least, Venetian Marble combines the technical performances of latest-generation stoneware with the look of Venetian Terrazzo flooring, and is intended to support architects when choosing the finishes for public and private locations.

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About us

Company details

Established in Maranello (MO) in 1962, Ceramiche Piemme specializes in the production of Made in Italy ceramic floor and wall tiles and is based in Fiorano Modenese (Mo).

In 1977 the company signed an agreement with Valentino, the fashion designer, for the design of a haute-couture line of products of which Ceramiche Piemme is the exclusive licensee for the ceramic industry.
After previous design collections created in association with Gordon Guillaumier and Pierre Charpin, Ceramiche Piemme has started an important collaboration with the prestigious London-based studio Benoy.  A partnership with a major international player that, together with the opening of the London branch Piemme 40, highlights the international character of the Fiorano Modenese brand, which is renowned for quality and innovation in the ceramic industry.
The large product range includes collections designed for interior design but also for outdoors and large highly-trafficked public premises. With 2019 the company has expanded its range with "Ceramiche Piemme Contract": a division dedicated to ceramic collections designed to support the designer in the choice of finishes for public and private spaces.

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Company data

Sales volume

50-99 Mio US $

Export content

> 75%

Number of employees

100-499

Foundation

1962

Area of business

Shopfittings, shop furnishings, store design & visual merchandising