Cement is alive, and fights for us. It shouts ?Freedom!?? and fights for equality among classes, against the aristocracy of majolica and Venetian floors. Cement is for the people.It is part of the Italian industrial tradition, because it was born during the industrial revolution and immediately established itself as one of the most resistant and economical materials for flooring.For these reasons, the timeless beauty of cement tiles made history between 1800 and 1900, and has returned in all its glory in recent years, in the midst of the retro revival we are living in now. But we have gone beyond this, giving new life to the craftsmanship of cement.After cement was swept away by the emergence of the ceramic industry, in Sicily we found one of the last artisans who still works it according to ancient tradition. We have since embarked on the path of a new project to revive the Italian craftsmanship of cement tiles by offering contemporary colors with new and innovative shapesThe design of our cement tiles breathe the scents of nearby North Africa and are influenced by them, creating unique colors and possibilities thanks to the combination of many monochrome shapes.Within cement coexists the redevelopment of large cities, industrialization, the neighborhoods and colors of North Africa, the sun of Sicily, and the Mediterranean breeze: it is thanks to this melting pot that cement can simultaneously create a pleasantly old-fashioned atmosphere, rustic yet sophisticated, traditional yet contemporary.
MossThe freshness of moss is restorative in the dry Mediterranean scrub, on par with an oasis in the desert. A delicate green, soft like the lush material to which it refers. A color that is not exacting on the eyes, but which is of high aesthetic value for your surroundings.
PlankRemember to create new memory. This is the power of the plank, whose ancestral intimacy is reminiscent of the brick, yet it is not. It deceives the mind, fascinates the gaze and shakes the soul. The plank liberates the most irrepressible fantasies, it is a hymn to freedom of expression. Get creative. Get creative.