Innovative use of ceramic materials to feature at Cevisama 2014
Reflections has been chosen as the theme for the 2014 edition of the Architecture Ceramics Sample to show innovative use of ceramic materials in architecture, urban planning and interior design.
The main novelty of this edition is set to come from Harvard University, collaborating with ASCER in the creation of a ceramic cover with a double-curved surface that will float 3 metres above the ground, allowing the public to see it from different viewpoints. The project will be designed by a Harvard team of architects led by engineer and architect Martin Bechtold.
Reflections also refer to the most innovative technologies that are progressing in the Spanish tile industry, for example, decorative technology applications using digital or inkjet printing, that are making fascinating metallic effects, plus other techniques that are positioning the sector as one of the most innovative and creative worldwide.
Reflections will be displayed from 11 to 14 February 2014 at Feria Valencia between the halls on Level 2. The event will coincide with Cevisama, one of the most celebrated exhibitions in the ceramic tile industry.
Ceramic Technology Institute (ITC) sources have claimed that there will be a space dedicated to showing the Ceramics Awards of Architecture, Interior Design and the Final Thesis Award.