Cersaie is the major international showcase for the latest trends in the ceramic and bathroom design sector. The world’s greatest ceramic exhibition will be taking place once again in the Italian city of Bologna from 25 to 29 September 2017, which constitutes a meeting point for the most innovative brands from all across the globe. 

For decades, this Bologna fair has contributed to the prestige of ceramic materials and has inspired a great deal of highly demanding architectural, design and interior design projects. As a result, the Bologna fair has risen to become the greatest showcase for state-of-the-art trends in ceramics, glazing, bathroom ware and furniture. 

The PORCELANOSA Group will once again be taking part in Cersaie Bologna. The original designs and cutting-edge style of its collections TONO by Foster + Partners and VITAE created by Zaha Hadid will be representing the brand at this 43rd edition of the Cersaie fair.


Next edition: from 25 to 29 September 2017 

Bathroom collection 

Water, as source of life and architect of nature, is the leitmotiv of VITAE, created by Zaha Hadid Design for Noken, Porcelanosa Bathrooms. 

The essence of the architect takes shape in this complete bathroom collection of immense aesthetic value, dynamic thanks to the fluidity of its forms, which evoke the origin of life, and markedly avant-garde. 

Zaha Hadid has invented a true experience in which nature and design embrace each other organically. 


Minimalist seduction in the new Tono bathroom collection from Foster + Partners.

TONO Elements and TONO One – a set of components designed to work together as a part of an integrated system, with an unlimited choice of finishes and materials.

Unified by a common, simple design language and palette of complementary materials and colour tones, the minimalist aesthetic brings to the fore an honesty of material, simplicity of form and the craft of manufacture.

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