Founded in 1968, Elios Ceramica has always specialised in small sizes, carrying on with on-going innovation, artistic ceramics promoting Made in Italy every day.
Care and attention to little details are combined with
creativity and determination to create original surfaces,
blending textures and colours to form unique materials.
Elios collections start out as a set of modular solutions
which can be combined as desired, on the basis of one’s
own style and personality, to make any space unique.
Elios has been creating ceramic collections since 1968:
from traditional majolica in small sizes
to high definition digital porcelain slabs.
Skill, passion, creativity and a feeling for materials
are what make Elios surfaces truly special;
behind every tile lie all the values associated
with the culture of ceramics.
In the summer of 2017 Elios Ceramica joined the Italcer Group,
a company set up by Mandarin Capital Partners,
an Italian private equity fund managed by Graziano Verdi.
The group aims to set up a luxury centre for top-quality ceramics.
The ceramics cluster thus created consolidates Italy’s leadership in the field,
encouraging companies to specialise and target international markets.
Under art. 13 of the Privacy Code (Legislative Decree no. 196 of June 30, 2003), Elios Ceramica S.p.A. of Via Giardini 60, 41042 Fiorano Modenese (MO), (“The Company”), as Data Controller, informs you that the personal data you supply will be processed exclusively in order to send you our newsletter.
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Date of last update: September 25, 2016