For architecture and furnishing. With an accent on innovation and
In Milan, the well-known Emilia-based brand, specialist in the production of large size, minimum-thickness ceramic slabs, has a new address: in an elegant historic building on the very central Via Verdi, new and luminous spaces host the Laminam collection
always stay in motion, to always look ahead.” This is the philosophy of Alessandra Stefani, vice-president and art director of Laminam. We met her at the opening of the brand’s new showroom near Teatro alla Scala, in the heart of Milan. Founded in 2001, Laminam was the first company in the world to industrialize the manufacturing process of large ceramic slabs with minimum thicknesses, creating a completely new product that previously did not exist. “We want to illustrate all the potential of our collections in the new space in Milan,” Stefani explains. “The goal is to increase our visibility in the design capital, creating a place that will also allow us to give an institutional form to our partnerships and projects.” Like the extraordinary ‘monolith’ that stands in the windows of the new showroom. “It is the kitchen of the future, the result of the creativity of two Polish designers, Tomasz Pietrzak, engineer, and Jakub Wisniewski, architect, who have been able to bring out the best in our ceramic slabs. A solution that brings together the two spirits of Laminam: craftsmanship combined with cuttingedge technological innovation.” The new space, alongside the betterknown collections for the covering of large surfaces in the construction sector, sets out to promote and directly display, for a large audience, the most recent applications in the field of furnishing. Laminam slabs, in fact, are utilized as strong, solid table tops and kitchen counters, as well as for indoor and outdoor coverings.” And the truly wide range of colors makes it possible
INSIDE AN ELEGANT HISTORIC BUILDING, THE NEW LAMINAM SHOWROOM IS A DYNAMIC, FLEXIBLE SPACE WHERE PAST AND FUTURE BLEND PERFECTLY. THE WALLS FEATURE A SELECTION OF 12 MM-THICK CERAMIC SLABS, LIKE LARGE, THEATRICAL TAPESTRIES.