The main paint manufacturers and producers of raw materials present in the Tecnargilla’s Kromatech section showed satisfaction for the results of the fair and its success.
This year, the competing companies had to tackle the theme of "Light and Shadow".
More than 450 professionals packed the rooms of the Rimini trade fair district to follow one of the most highly discussed technological innovation issues in the ceramics sector.
The world’s most important ceramic and brick industry supplies exhibition ends its twenty-fifth edition with 4% visitor growth and confirms its position as the exhibition with the most international visitors.
Once again this year Tecnargilla pays tribute to outstanding ideas and innovative projects capable of expanding the fields of application of ceramic materials.
On September 27th at 2.30 pm, Tecnargilla will host the 8th Acimac Annual Meeting on Digital Decoration Technologies for Ceramic Tiles, which will provide an overview of the latest innovations offered in the field of digital decoration.
On the occasion of Tecnargilla’s 25th edition, the students of the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan will present the innovative ‘Smart Mobility’ and ‘Future Retail’ projects adopting ceramic materials.
The twenty-fifth Tecnargilla, the world’s most important exhibition of ceramic and brick technologies organised by Rimini Fiera in collaboration with Acimac, will open its doors on Monday 26 September.
On display in Rimini from 26 to 30 September, a selection of works from the Premio Faenza collection, put together to illustrate 30 years of ceramic art history.
The competition that rewards innovative projects, the result of the latest research into materials, applications and surface treatments presented by the exhibiting companies, will hinge on the theme of "light and shade".
The major producers of brick production machinery will be in the area reserved for Claytech, while the Kromatech section will host colour companies, design studios and raw materials.
“Ceramic Bang” will be the title of the exhibition on trends in ceramics curated by the Azzolini Tinuper architectural firm, which conceptualises the evolution of the world of ceramics and its great energy.