The space located in Via Marco Polo at number 9, in the emblematic district of Porta Nuova, reveals the infinite potential of ceramics in a kaleidoscope of colors, textures and designs.
Ceramiche Ragno therefore inaugurates its first flagship showroom in the city of Milan, a place that showcases all the value of the Ragno brand and the new technologies applied to ceramics.
Ceramic is an ancient, natural material, used in construction since the dawn of mankind. "We played with the theme of the spider and the cobweb, rediscovering the history of the Ragno brand ("spider" in Italian), like a common thread between past, present and future", comments the architect Benedetta Tagliabue.
Characterized by a long succession of arches that define the spaces and by wide side areas where large windows overlook the internal courtyard and let in natural light, the Ragno space presents the ceramic and stoneware collections through a modality of brand new exhibition.
The mosaic laid out on the floor dialogues with the collections suspended from the wooden structures, suggests further combinations and readings of the materials in the different rooms and accompanies visitors on a suggestive journey.
The new Milanese space of Ragno thus tells its products with great charm and suggestiveness, highlighting the constant evolution of its research and ceramic materials.
With this new opening in Milan, which is unquestionably one of the world capitals of design and architecture, Ragno wishes to consolidate its position within the designer community and make this showroom a new reference for all its customers.
Founded in 1949 in Sassuolo (Modena), Ragno was the first ceramic company of the post-war period, and very quickly became the protagonist of the growth of the Italian ceramic district, differentiating itself in the production of decorated coverings for the hearth and for his ability to research.
This company with its strong history is constantly seeking to renew itself, and proves it to us through this flagship showroom full of promise!
Visuals ©: Tiziano Sartorio for Ragno Ceramiche