Experience the products first-hand
An atelier of creativity and innovation
Porcelaingres’s showrooms in Vetschau and Berlin, Germany and Castellarano, Italy reveal all the beauty, quality and harmony of porcelain surfaces. These are places of sensory exploration, where visitors are immersed in a vast range of different shapes, sizes, surfaces and colours.
The display settings and technical premises are carefully designed down to the tiniest detail to allow private customers, architects and interior designers to get to know and find out more about the company’s products and custom services.
The Vetschau showroom is a glassed-in space flooded with light, easily accessible from the company’s production plants. The experiential path explores all the best of Porcelaingres, in a place designed to stimulate creativity and consolidate dialogue with the world of architecture. Visitors are actively involved in the discovery of ceramic and different solutions for its application to walls and floors, and invited to touch the materials to experience their quality first-hand and allow themselves to be inspired.
The beautiful Berlin showroom is located in the former Sarotti chocolate factory in the city’s vibrant centre. More than just a showroom, it is a multifunctional area, displaying products and providing a venue for meetings and corporate events. The showroom is arranged along a route designed to accompany visitors through theme areas and settings in different moods, in which to experiment with all the technical and aesthetic possibilities offered by ceramic materials.
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The Castellarano showroom tells the story of Porcelaingres, the Iris Ceramica Group and the Italian ceramics industry, centred around this area, the Sassuolo district. The layout is painstakingly planned to show off the products on display, in a setting where the focus is on the ceramics themselves, with all their expressive and emotional potential.