La Ceramica e il Progetto 2018
ROSALIA salad gourmet , a project realized by S+S studio, wins the seventh edition of the contest, using the tiles of the Patchwork collection by Ceramica Sant'Agostino.
The seventh edition of La Ceramica e il Progetto, the competition dedicated to architects and interior designers who have carried out projects using ceramic tiles in institutional, residential and commercial buildings, has ended. We are proud to announce that the winning project in the latter category, among 78 competitors, is ROSALIA salad gourmet, signed by S+S studio and decorated with our Patchwork.
Patchwork is a collection of small size tiles (from 20x20 to 15x15 cm) that Ceramica Sant'Agostino has created to decorate residential areas or commercial spaces, walls or floors, through graphic styles and color combinations that refer to the traditional “cementine” tiles redefined for the modern age, tipical of the interiors in art deco and art nouveau style of the early twentieth century.
In particular, the Patchwork Black & White, Patchwork Classic and Patchwork Colors collections, each one characterized by color bases and different decorative subjects (in total, 25 single designs and 3 mixes, each one composed of 9 different graphic patterns, as well as 4 solid colors), which range from geometric or floral patterns, essential or complex shapes, motifs to be placed individually or in multiple compositions, have helped convince the jury to declare ROSALIA salad gourmet the winner among 78 projects evaluated.
From the technical point of view, moreover, these cementine differentiate themselves on the market: being directly rectified from 20x20 actually allows to lay them so close as to obtain an optimal coupling of the individual decorative subjects; having a class 4 surface abrasion resistance and an anti-slip R10 allows a use on the floor even in commercial environments.
The award ceremony of the winners of La Ceramica e il Progetto 2018 will take place on Wednesday, July 4th at the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista, in Venice. We certainly cannot miss it!