CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

Rilievi collection designed by Zaven and the Lapis vase by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni

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CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan
27/04/2018 - During the Milan Design Week 2018, CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia presents “Rilievi” collection and the Lapis vase in the showroom at Foro Buonaparte 14, in a striking installation specifically created for Spazio CEDIT by the BRH+ architecture firm.

RILIEVI COLLECTION
“Rilievi”, designed by Zaven | Enrica Cavarzan & Marco Zavagno, is the new collection of high-impact interior design coverings that overturns the traditional rules of ceramic tile creation: three-dimensional elements with different geometric forms and colours decorate the large slabs by CEDIT, transforming walls and spaces into imaginative scenarios that constitute real works of art.
The collection reflects the research for the transformation of a two-dimensional sign into a volume that the two designers have been carrying out for a long time, reinterpreting and industrializing on a large scale their 'Practice Practice Practice' project - a limited edition ceramic art piece, which was presented at the London Design festival in 2017.
Zaven

Zaven

Zaven's creative spark found its highest expression in CEDIT and gave life to a unique and original collection that plays on the modular repetition of a three-dimensional element in ever-changing configurations: a design that combines different shapes and shades on large porcelain slabs of different colors, in order to maximize customization freedom.
We wanted to use ceramics’ potential for bringing spaces to life, by playing around with scale and modular repetition,” the Zaven duo explain, “and so we designed three different modules which can be configured in infinite combinations, to give surfaces volume and depth.”

Their partnership with CEDIT enabled the designer to experience the applicational and expressive potential of ceramic coverings and create a sculptural project that combines the excellence of craftsmanship with the qualities of industrial production, the two key factors in the brand’s DNA.

Stefano Torrenti, CEO of Florim Ceramiche – the Group which owns CEDIT – explains: “Florim is not, strictly speaking, a ceramics firm; it is an Italian design firm that is proud to work in ceramics. The Rilievi collection fits perfectly into our mission, which is to transform the perception of industrial ceramics from functional objects to design objects, an essential part of any aesthetically optimal interior.

LAPIS VASE
To mark the centenary of Achille Castiglioni’s birth, CEDIT presents the new edition of the iconic Lapis vase designed by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni in 1968. With its uniquely expressive yet functional design, Lapis conveys all the genius and intelligent irony typical of the two brothers’ output.
The special edition forms part of the broader cultural project “100 L’anno di Achille” organised by the Fondazione Castiglioni and supported by CEDIT: a full programme of exhibitions and events to celebrate the Master Designer’s centenary.


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CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

Zaven

Zaven

Zaven

Zaven

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia new projects presented in Milan

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