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Marazzi at Maison&Objet 2013

Marazzi exhibited its ceramics and stoneware collections in the brand new Maison&Objet | Projects, an area dedicated to designers and architects.

Marazzi at Maison&Objet 2013

Yesterday saw the conclusion of the September edition of Maison Objet in Paris, the second time the show had been held this year following the January event.

Marazzi exhibited its ceramics and stoneware collections in the brand new Maison&Objet | Projects, an area dedicated to designers and architects.

The collections presented enjoyed great success: Progetto Triennale, the four curve tiledesigned by Ponti and Rosselli; Oficina 7, the light, large-format plaster-effect wall tiles; the new SistemN supersize 90x90 format; the hi-tech porcelain with the smooth, pleasant texture, andTreverkhome, Marazzi’s unique wood-effect ceramic tiles.

This year Maison&Objet once again confirmed its standing as a key event for getting acquainted with the latest contemporary living trends; a 5-day show to which Paris welcomes an international and enthusiastic public that shares a passion for interior design, which continues to dominate the Ville Lumière for another week afterwards.

That is because Paris Design Week, which runs until 15 September, opened yesterday. Marazzi, with its showroom at 32 Avenue Bosquet, which will be open every day from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., has been included in the ‘design & architecture’ circuit and will be welcoming all those interested in finding out more about the new Marazziceramic and stoneware andHatriasanitary fitting and washbasin collections, as well as the solutions for the world of architecture and interior design from Marazzi Tecnica and Marazzi Engineering.
 

Marazzi @ Maison&Objet 2013. Gallery on Pinterest

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