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Geode-inspired booth hosts Argenta’s tile trends at Coverings

Argenta Cerámica will be at COVERINGS (Orlando, Florida) again this year from 18 to 21 April.

A new geode-inspired stand will be presented where what matters is what is inside, displaying new trends and ceramic designs like precious jewels.

Wood combined with marquetry details, softened terrazzo, limestone and stone colours are just some of Argenta’s designs

Argenta Cerámica, which specialises in designing and producing ceramics for architecture and interior design, will again be at COVERINGS, the most important ceramics fair in the USA. It will take place in Orlando (Florida) from 18 to 21 April.

During the four days of the trade fair, Argenta Cerámica will display its new decoration and design proposals for the new season at a new stand, the result of its analysis of today’s design and lifestyle trends.

The new stand is inspired by a geode to represent the new collections and trends for 2023. Visitors can take a tour through open, spacious areas and discover the ceramic collections hidden inside each piece of jewellery, just like a shop window. It is worth mentioning that Argenta stands out for its high value-added designs in ephemeral spaces, which have won international awards.

At this fair, Argenta will display calm and tranquil spaces, inspired by nature, which now prevail in all areas of our homes. Ceramics are a natural product in their own right, but also capable of recreating countless earth elements.

The new STONETECH series, an extensive collection of 11 stones in 60×120 and 120x120cm formats, particularly stands out. These models join the ARTECH product family, a novel manufacturing technology based on a new advance in the industry’s digitalisation. By complementing the current system and glaze application technologies, this system makes it possible to create ceramic products with surface finishes reminiscent of natural materials with a high degree of realism and detail.

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