On February 20-24, Valencia is hosting the global ceramic industry forum. Traditionally, the event attracts the key players of Spanish tile production and related sectors, and outlines the benchmark trends for the year ahead. No wonder that Spanish brands dominate on the "domestic" fair, though there are participants from all across the globe.
Vives has consolidated the new achievements within the Dolce Vita range highlighted by the imitation of Venetian terrazzo floors (Portofino) and crushed marble mosaic tiles recalling the ingenious works of Antoni Gaudí (Doney). Dolce Vita also embraces such collections as Brenta, Benaco, Farnese, Cies, Ilesolo and Corso.
Pamesa expands the Agatha Ruiz de la Prada range.
Moreover, the manufacturer showcases the brand-new marble effect Tresana and Grotto series remarkable for the large slabs of 120×120 cm never seen before in the portfolio of Pamesa.
Cas by Carson is a co-project of Cas Ceramica and the famous designer David Carson. Four collections (Relax, Caribbean, Eight, Graphic) are characterized by the versatility of surface finishes, graphic motives and designer's drawings.
Shortly before the exhibition, David Carson recorded a short video film narrating about himself and his experience while implementing this project.
Zirconio showcases versatile 3D effect tiles. Altogether, there are ten new arrivals designed by this Italian brand: Alps, Aqua, Etruria, Lona, S. Thomas, Silky, Silver, Snow, Talco and Venato. The company emphasizes the infinite possibilities of tile matching withing these collections.
ZYX, the new trademark of Colorker, also prioritizes three dimensional tiles (Blend and Level collections).
Stay tuned to our live coverage of Cevisama 2017 in the coming days not to miss none of the premiers by the leading tile brands. We would like to thank ARTCER online magazine for the images provided.