Cersaie 2019, the most important exhibition for those involved in surface design, ceramic and bathroom furnishings, recently ended in Bologna, Italy. It took place between September 23th and 27th with the assistance of renowned architects, interior designers, manufacturers among others visitors from 171 countries and across five continents.
The event confirms its international value with over 112,340 attendees, becoming synonymous of design ideas, architecture conferences, training workshops and meetings with the world’s top producer companies; showcasing the very best products and the widest selection of ceramic surfaces, wood floors, wallpapers, bathroom furnishings, fireplaces, saunas, designer taps, bathtubs and sanitary fixtures.
A space of 161,000 square metres as exhibit area was devoted to 889 stands of the leading companies in the sector from Italy and other 40 countries, including many of our partners like: Wall & Decò, Marazzi Ceramiche, Cotto d’Este, Fiandre Surfaces, Agape Design, Florim Ceramiche, Petra Antiqua; among others. Cersaie’s program also included a training space to master all the rules of tile installation in the widest range of situations and sizes, including large formats.
The meaning of Cersaie 2019 for Design Group Latinamerica is brand new collections and avant-garde products, it also represent the best opportunity to experience their features and obtain new ideas about how to use different surfaces to create eye-catching and emotional spaces. DGLA attended this event to continue improving the prestige, quality and excellence it always look for, while designing their complete service projects to offer everything their customer needs.
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