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Decortech: aesthetics to take centre stage at Tecnargilla 2020

October 2019

In an era in which aesthetics is increasingly the focus in the development of finished products and process technologies, Tecnargilla has set up an exhibition area dedicated specifically to decoration.  Following the successful launch in 2018 of Greentech and T-Finishing, the 27th edition of the global event for the ceramic production sector, which will run from 28th September to 2nd October 2020 in Rimini, will host a new section: Decortech.  This will expand the existing Kromatech section, which shows products, technologies, and services for the aesthetic side of the industry.

The objective of this section is to consolidate and enhance Tecnargilla's offering by interpreting market trends to showcase the vast aesthetic potential of ceramic.

Decortech will, therefore, not only host products and technologies for decoration, but also software, materials, design, and aesthetic creativity.

These are themes that Tecnargilla has always promoted for its visitors, especially in the Ceramic Workshop; the exhibition area dedicated to trends and new concepts in ceramic.  The space will host Ceramic Trends, an exhibit covering the latest trends in colours and materials, and the Tecnargilla Design Award, which has been set up by the exhibition centre itself to recognise the most innovative technologies, applications, and materials used in making the floor and wall surfaces of the future.

More at: https://en.tecnargilla.it/

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