Already rewarded by the very positive reaction on the part of visitors, Kintsugi, the Fioranese porcelain stoneware collection inspired by the Japanese art of putting ceramics back together with molten gold, did not go unnoticed, and received an accolade from the Emilia Romagna delegation of ADI (Associazione per il Design Industriale) during Cersaie 2021.
The 7th edition of the ADI Ceramics & Bathroom Design Award, aimed at rewarding the most innovative Italian products in the ceramics and bathroom furnishing sector, applauded Kintsugi by Fioranese for the “major technical and manufacturing skill of the company, which has created a product able to make the most of three different materials in a single industrial process, reinterpreting an ancient Japanese technique and expressing all its romantic appeal”.
And there’s more.
Kintsugi has just been added to the finalists of the “A+Product Awards” in the category Finishes > Hard surfacing, Tiles and Stone. The contest is organised by ARCHITIZER, the architecture website in which architects seek, assess and share building projects between teams.
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