Ceramics is three-dimensional

CEDIT presents the collection ‘Rilievi’ designed by Zaven

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Ceramics is three-dimensional
09/05/2018 - Ceramics three-dimensional elements, with different geometries and colours, turn walls into real spectacular compositions. This is the new collection “Rilievi” designed for CEDIT – Ceramiche d’Italia by Zaven| Enrica Cavarzan & Marco Zavagno.



The project plays on the modular repetition of a three-dimensional element in always variable configurations: a kind of project combining different shapes and nuances on big ceramic plates of different colours, thus achieving the maximum freedom of customization.

We wanted to exploit the potential of ceramics to liven spaces up by playing on scales and the repetition of the module– the designers explain –therefore we have designed three different modules that can be configured in endless combinations, thus giving surfaces volume and depth”.


The collection has been officially presented on the occasion of the Milano Design Week 2018 in a spectacular setting designed for the Spazio Cedit by the architects’ studio BRH+ and selected for two settings of the 2018 layout of Archiproducts Milano, which was presented in the same days.


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Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

Ceramics is three-dimensional

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