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Fornace Brioni presents its newest collections of wall and floor coverings in the GROUNDED exhibition. The installation, designed by Cristina Celestino, exudes a museum-like ambiance, characterized by bold geometries and captivating mural volumes.

GROUNDED promises to be an immersive experience where visitors are offered a glimpse into the captivating world of terracotta, grounded, and rooted. A captivating new collection, created in collaboration with Snøhetta, will also be showcased at the event.

 

The Void makes its debut during Milan Design Week. A bold collection of hand-pressed terracotta that combines tradition with modern design. Each piece is handmade, comprising both tiles and 3D elements. The terracotta used comes from the finest clay, sourced from the slow sedimentation of the Po River floodplain, a practice rooted in a millennia-old tradition.

 

The tiles have a minimalist design and offer a myriad of geometric patterns and compositions. Optional glazing provides a smooth finish, which makes them suitable for various spaces – including wet areas. The larger 3D elements serve a dual purpose, functioning as brick-like structural components for both indoor and outdoor applications.

 

Fornace Brioni at Milan Design Week

What? ‘Grounded’

Where? Studio Nerino, Via Santa Marta 21

When? Milan Design Week 2024, 15th – 21st of April

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