Gresmanc Group has made the power of extrusion palpitate at Cersaie 2023
The 40th edition of Cersaie has been a resounding demonstration of the growing demand for innovative and sustainable architectural solutions in extruded ceramics.
Success lies in differentiation. The extrusion manufacturing method and the constant experimentation and research in shapes, textures and tones, together with the visionary character intrinsic to our firm, allow us to create exclusive ceramic construction solutions for sustainable architecture from respect for our raw material: the earth.
Quality, functionality and design
The Urban Series, with Nice and Oslo in 1200 x 600 format, has enchanted all visitors with its polished concrete effect designs. Nice, represented in an infinity pool that starred in the stand, dazzled all visitors.
The universe of steps characteristic of Gresmanc, in its different formats and finishes, reveals, once again, the great capacity and power of extruded ceramic to offer quality, functionality and design to all types of construction challenges.
The extruded ceramic façade gains weight at Cersaie
The XXL formats in ceramic plates and lattices up to 3 meters in length have captured the attention of professionals. The concepts, volumes, glazes and 3D designs of the most daring architects become reality thanks to the extrusion power of Favemanc and this has been represented with an exclusive selection of projects at the Gresmanc Group stand.
The powerful and avant-garde technology used in production processes has made the Favemanc ventilated façade the perfect ally to create unique architectural projects with ceramic coatings of dimensions and geometries impossible in other types of materials.
The new location, a success for Gresmanc Group
Cersaie is the most anticipated annual international event due to the volume and quality of international visits. In this edition, the change of location to pavilion 26 has meant a significant leap for the company, making the power of extrusion impact the high flow of visitors that this pavilion registers.