Marca Corona Gallery

The collection tracks the evolution of the Sassuolo ceramics industry from the eighteenth-century to today. Froma tableware and furniture produced in the early years. To plates for the naming and numbering of streets, and up to the decorated ceramic tiles for floors and walls.

Galleria Marca Corona is a multimedia museum. It gathers and preserves the spirit of tradition that is an integral part of the success of the Sassuolo ceramics and the precursors of the modern industrial production of the company. A synthesis of history and innovation, part of Marca Corona’s philosophy to preserve and renovate the spirit of the territory.



Made in Italy is here

For the seventh time in a row, a cherry picked selection of the best Italian Companies of the hospitality sector exhibits under the umbrella name of Italian Contract 4 Hospitality Design (IC4HD) at Hospitality Design Expo 2017.

The exhibitors showcase a vast selection of refined and groundbreaking products, each of the 11 companies show some new collections, every product embodies the best of Made in Italy for high quality and design.
Ic4hd companies cover a wide range of categories: from seating to mini bars, from carpets and rugs to stone, from mosaics for flooring and wall coverings to wood flooring and ceramics.

Italian Contract 4 Hospitality Design (IC4HD)

Atlas Concorde (#4561), Cooperativa Ceramica d’Imola (#4660), Indel B (#4457),  Lea Ceramiche (#4556), Lithos Design (#4463), Loloey (#4656), Marca Corona (#4461), Mirage (#4557), Mosaico Digitale (#4562), Stile Società Cooperativa (#4560) and Tirolo Sedie (#4657) are looking forward to meet you at HD Expo, from May 3 to 5 at Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay.

Arrivederci in Las Vegas!


Click here to download the Press Release_preview Italian Contract 2017




Marriott Republique Reinaissance, Paris Republique – 5* hotel

Elegant, wild and vibrant, it defines a brand new concept of five star hotels in Paris.

Close to many important galleries it mirrors multi-cultural hues of nowadays Paris through inside and outside decorations where Marca Corona 1741 ceramic wood collections contributed to create refined ambiences.

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4D project

4D is a project by Marca Corona based on structures or rather a collection of projects that suggests a new manner of interpreting a collection of ceramic tiles so that these can be matched with other materials.

Two colors, namely white and blue, and a dstinctly three-dimensional aesthetic appeal that enhances both tactile and visual aspects of 4D project: surfaces are “chalky” and matt, decorations are instead glossy and metallic. The result is a ceramic tile with a contrast that blends matt and shiny.

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