Maximum Fiandre Extralite

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Maximum, in its innovative 300x150 cm format, Maximum is a material that combines the established, classical characteristics that have always set Fiandre’s porcelain stoneware tiles as being top of the range, with new very high performance qualities: strength, lightweight, flexibility and ductility.

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Furniture Maximum
AQUA MAXIMUM, THE BATHROOM AS A SPA

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AQUA MAXIMUM, a complete system of washbasins and shower trays that can be customised with all products made with MAXIMUM FIANDRE EXTRALITE® technology.

EVENTS

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16-19 September 2018
DECOREX
LONDON (GB)

24-28 September 2018
CERSAIE
BOLOGNA (IT)

Booth HALL 25, STAND A164 - B165
27-28 September 2018
ARCHITECT @ WORK FRANCE
PARIS (FR)

Booth STAND 85
4-5 October 2018
ARCHITECT @ WORK FRANCE
NANTES (FR)

Booth STAND 96

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28/05/2018

IMPRESSIONS OF THE 2018 ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE AT FAB BERLIN

A meeting between Mario Cucinella MCA, curator of the Italian pavilion, Lars Krückeberg of GRAFT, curator of the German Pavilion, and Christine Edmaier, president of the Order of Architects of Berlin to discuss FREESPACE, with exclusive images of the Biennale by Berlin photographer Ken Schluchtmann

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21/05/2018

IRIS CERAMICA GROUP TECHNICAL SPONSOR OF THE ITALIAN PAVILION AT THE 16TH INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITION AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

The Iris Ceramica Group makes its debut at the Venice Biennale as technical sponsor of the Italian Pavilion, a decision motivated by the desire to celebrate one of the world’s most prestigious showcases of architecture and support for the values inspiring Mario Cucinella’s Arcipelago Italia project.

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Brevetto Europeo
Active & Maximum

MAXIMIZE YOUR ACTIVE BENEFITS

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The world's only ISO 10678, ISO 27447 and ISO 27448 certified anti-pollutant bactericidal ceramic.

The Iris-Fiandre group has achieved a new and important result in its continuing challenge to contribute actively and effectively to improve the quality of life. The technological progress of Active was developed through the Digitalife project funded by the European Union (LIFE ENV/IT/000140) which led to the production of new photoactive slabs with an even closer eye on the environment. The new technology, developed by the Iris-Fiandre Group, still uses titanium dioxide in micrometric size, but ensures greater uniformity in the distribution of the photo-active material on the surface of the slabs, increasing the efficiency of the photocatalytic process at the base of Active. Recent laboratory tests, conducted and documented by the University of Milan, Department of Chemistry, showed a marked increase in efficiency in the photocatalytic degradation of NOx and VOC in the air, responsible for outdoor and indoor pollution.