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New website and new general catalogue to mark Eiffelgres’10th birthday

Eiffelgres’ new website is finally online, featuring new graphics and a wealth of new content. Russian and Dutch will be added to the website’s languages in 2011.
All the information you could want on the brand and its porcelain stoneware collections, divided into six sections taking you to web pages which are clear and easy to understand thanks to simple, direct graphics.
The pages on the “collections”, introduced with a number of images, including some prestigious references, projects in which Eiffelgres ceramic materials have been preferred by architects and designers in Europe and in the rest of the world, constitute a true identity card for our materials. Users may download catalogues and documents on the products’ certifications and technical properties for use, clear explanations of the colour palette and range of sizes, surfaces, decorations and special pieces available, making our website an effective tool for anyone interested in technical porcelain stoneware tiles.
The website’s graphics, consistently with the severity of the new Eiffelgres brand image, are perfectly in line with those of the new 2011 General Catalogue, maintaining the formula of a boxed set of two volumes introduced last year.
Proposals that continue to be offered in 2011: a Collections volume containing complete information on Eiffelgres’ Estyle and Estone lines and the Art&Work catalogue, offering an in-depth look with a wealth of images illustrating all the decorations available in the range, such as water jet and laser cut mosaic pieces. Both volumes are contained in a black canvas Ebox.
“Getting rid of the superfluous in design and architecture to open up the path to contemporary style. Everything we do is inspired by this clear principle, touching on the emotional chords that can improve quality of life for everyone”. This is how the 2011 catalogue begins, marking a decade of history for Eiffelgres, designed and produced by art director architect Mauro Bellei.