Top Projects Honored in ‘Ceramics of Italy’ Design Competition

In its 23rd year, awards program celebrates the best tile designers

June 18, 2016 12:00 pm

Each year Ceramics of Italy celebrates the best designs using tile. The competition is broken down into three categories: residential, commercial, and institutional. Winning designs are chosen for their creativity, efficacy, and overall excellence. In some categories, honorable mentions are celebrated, too. This year the judges chose six projects to recognize.


Winner – Turnberry Residence by Shinberg.Levinas Architects

Architects used Lea Ceramiche’s Slimtech Basaltina Stone Project porcelain tiles with minimal joints to make the walls and floors appear seamless. (Shinberg.Levinas Architects) (Shinberg.Levinas Architects)

Honorable Mention – Through House by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design

(Bob Gundu) (Bob Gundu)

Honorable Mention – Bridgehampton Private Pool by Geoffrey A. Blatt Interior Design & Decoration

(Geoffrey A. Blatt)


Winner – Kaye Scholer Headquarters by Gensler

(Garrett Rowland) (Garrett Rowland)

Honorable Mention – Viking Star Cruise Liner by Rottet Studio in Association with SMC Design

(Eric Laignel) (Eric Laignel)


Winner: UJA Federation Community Complex by ARK

(Tom Arban) (Tom Arban) (Tom Arban)

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