October 2, 2023
The Cersaie fair in Bologna brings together leading players in the ceramics and bathroom furnishings industry every year. This year's edition was no exception, and the Tubądzin Group's booth was the "dream" highlight of the event. Maintained under the slogan "Dreamscapes", it took visitors of the Cersaie Fair, held on September 25- 29, into a world where dreams come true.
The Tubądzin Group surprised visitors with a stand referring to landscapes of dreams. The space was designed with attention to the smallest detail. Bright colours, cozy patterns and subtle lighting created an atmosphere of "rocking in the clouds." Katarzyna Szostakowska designed a table made of natural wood, the top of which featured the latest Holiday Sandstone tile from Maciej Zień’s collection. Ula Michalak created a unique "Cloud" ceramics especially for the Tubądzin Group. There was no shortage of inspiring talks about design and designing functional spaces. At the stand, Dorota Koziara and Maciej Zień, among others, talked about their projects.
Dorota Koziara's Cielo e Terra collection features new decors decorated with 10% gold. The large-format boards can also have a gradient on them, seamlessly transitioning from one colour to another. In addition, the colour palette has been enriched with green, black and super white.
- I wanted these products to be versatile and perfectly suitable for use in different parts of the world, harmonizing with a variety of landscapes, whether they are used in interiors, on facades, in public or private spaces. Harmony is the basis of our peaceful existence. It is easier for us to function well in a beautiful and harmonious environment. - Dorota Koziara emphasizes.
Maciej Zień, who talked about the design process and creation of his collections, also presented his new proposals.
The Tubądzin Group surprised the visitors of the Fair with new polished tiles. This time they do not only delight with their elegant shine, but also mesmerize with intriguing structures. The tiles were produced using a new technology. It's not only a matter of design, but first of all a sensory experience. You can feel the layers, veins and cracks so characteristic of natural materials.
Also not to be missed is the "japandi" style, which is still very popular with architects. It's a combination of Japanese simplicity and Nordic functionality, and the Tubądzin Group's Japandi Concept tiles work well with this minimalist trend, giving it a light touch.
Also on trend are the 1.8 cm thick KoraTER terrace tiles, which perfectly replicate natural materials. Consistency with the collections of large-format porcelain tiles available in the Tubądzin Group's offer makes it possible to arrange terraces that perfectly correspond with the interior of the house.
The Tubądzin Group stand was visited by designers, architects, distributors and design enthusiasts. From https://www.tubadzin.pl/lookbook2023/ you can download the latest Lookbook '23/'24 presenting the fair's proposals. Cersaie will last until September 29.