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 typical atmosphere of nature, through suggestive floral wonders.
The idea comes from the desire to leave a characteristic mark in the wide world of the jungle style and in particular, it tries to move the imagination on the Path of the Gods (Sentiero degli Dei), a fascinating hiking path that runs through the Amalfi Coast from Agerola to Positano. It is one of the ten most beautiful paths in the world: rich in pristine vegetation and characterized by breathtaking views over coastal landscapes overhanging the sea.
The main protagonist of the Verde Verticale Collection is the green of nature in its various shades and shades of colour enriched by the variant of the black background that can be combined with the most modern furnishings for a green chic style.
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 Fr
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?
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