The International Museum of Ceramic, Faenza, in partnership with two of Italy’s most important ceramic trade fairs (Cersaie, Bologna and Tecnargilla, Rimini), will display the work of six well-known ceramic brands that have chosen to invest in the production of several ranges of surfaces by leading international designers, together with the winners of the Tecnargilla Design Award (TDA), the competition organised by Tecnargilla to reward the latest technological innovations, materials and surface finishes applied to the production of ceramic tiles.
The partnership between Iris Ceramica and Diesel Living, which since their first collaboration in Summer 2016 has excited both brands, has led to new icons of Italian design. Innovative moods and design that complete the Diesel Living idea of home, a project open only to leading furniture, lighting and fabric brands made in Italy, now enriched by Iris Ceramica.
Mic - Museo Internazionale delle Ceramiche in Faenza, viale Baccarini 19
Open Tuesday-Sunday 10 am – 7 pm. Closed on Mondays (not public holidays).
Opening: 20th September 6.30 pm
Info: 0546 697311, micfaenza.org
The 21st September at 5.30 pm a conference in English will be held by Professor Dr. Thomas Luippold, President of the Board Les Couleurs Suisse: “Le Corbusier’s polychromie architecturale applied to ceramics.
This conference in English is valid for professional architectural training credits.
The event is sponsored by the Ravenna Province Architects’ Organisation.