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CDW 2020: a new London collaboration for Ceramiche Piemme

March 2020

During Clerkenwell Design Week, 19th to 21st  May 2020, Ceramiche Piemme will continue the debate on trends in the ceramic sector with the help of creative agency Dalziel & Pow. With a focus on celebrating tactility in the digital age, experts from both companies will be sharing their views on Surface Storytelling and the role that materials can play in creating a total brand experience.

The discussion comes during a collaboration between Ceramiche Piemme and Dalziel & Pow on the development of an exclusive new line of porcelain stoneware tiles.  The new collection, due to be launched in September 2020 during Cersaie, will mark the first time that the Italian ceramic manufacturer has partnered with a creative agency whose focus is on experience.

Following previous collections created with Gordon Guillaumier, Pierre Charpin, and the London architecture studio Benoy, Ceramiche Piemme has secured its position as a trendsetter in the design world along with Dalziel & Pow, an agency that has helped brands such as Timberland, Boots, Primark, and Molton Brown reinvent the way they connect with customers across physical and digital experiences.

Since 2019, architects and designers have been able to experience the quality of Ceramiche Piemme’s floor and wall coverings at their ‘Piemme 40’ London office. At Clerkenwell Design Week 2020, Ceramiche P{iemme aim to continue their growth in the British market.

More at: www.ceramichepiemme.it

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