For the 2022 International Ceramics Exhibition, Ceramiche Refin is amazing the public with great new developments and a new location. Always striving for renewal and innovation we present ourselves at Cersaie 2022 in a new redesigned and enlarged booth in Hall 30, the perfect setting to display the new exciting Refin collections. The company has always stood out for its unique approach to product research and the creative process that draws inspiration from the Italian tradition with the intention of promoting the country’s artistic, architectural and cultural heritage. While maintaining this highly common thread in the new Canal Grande collection, the other new developments presented by Refin go further, on the one hand recalling the valleys of Burgundy with Sublime, and on the other exploring a new post-industrial mood with Feel, thus inviting us on a journey in stages into contemporary aesthetics.
One of Refin’s standout collections at Cersaie, Canal Grande is inspired by the glamorous soul of Venice and the famous city’s nautical culture. A tribute to the magical atmosphere of the lagoon with a clear prominence of mahogany, the material traditionally used to build the local boats, luxury motorboats and the famous Venetian taxis. The collection is the result of wide-ranging research exploring the excellence of craftsmanship in the nautical sector by our Tile Designers.
A product with an industrial inspiration and origin that reveals unexpected tactile sensations. Feel reinterprets the aesthetic value of a familiar material like concrete, conveying a look that is uniform and compact, almost solemn, then revealing a dynamic nature generated by seamlessly shifting earthy surfaces. Essential in its rigour, it boasts an extremely contemporary character.
The scents and colours of Burgundy inspire and express the purest soul of Sublime, a tribute to the landscapes of one of the most alluring areas of southern France. The collection is inspired by a very rare limestone typical of that area and nowhere to be found today. An attempt to recreate the aesthetics of those places where life is slower and an intimate relationship with a lush nature persists.