Majolica ceramic tiles invaded by tiny dot-shaped brushstrokes, hand-decorated and inspired by the pointillism, are a ceramic collection designed by the Architect Alessandro Mendini for Ceramica Francesco De Maio, as a direct consequence of a work of art that the company realized in July 2018 and since October 2020 has been part of the permanent collection of MADRE Museum, Naples.
Van Gogh Collection
Ceramica Francesco De Maio is inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s paintings.
The colors of the sky and the sea of Sorrento in the Blu Ponti Collection of Ceramica Francesco De Maio that Gio Ponti realized between 1960 and 1962 to cover, with different combinations, the floo
The main objective of Verde Verticale Collection by Ceramiche Francesco De Maio, is to let the natural essence of the Sentiero degli Dei (Path of the Gods) revive in your houses, recreating the typ
Blu Ponti in Grès Maiolicato®
The strength of the Grès Maiolicato® is coloured in blue for Blu Ponti Collection of Ceramica Francesco De Maio.
Majolica tiles such as carpets or carpets made up of majolica tiles?