Pigmenti by Lea Ceramiche was born from the collaboration with Ferruccio Laviani, who was inspired by two elements: the work of the American artist Sol LeWitt and the works of the British photographer and sculptor David Tremlett. The result is a material color with a fine structure, where light graphic movements give the color depth and dynamism. With Pigmenti, ceramics recovers its primordial function: it returns to being pure material at the service of color. 12 color variants, studied by Laviani combining the analysis of the chromatic trends of architecture and interior design with his sensitivity towards the most expressive and natural colors. Colors are designed to be easily combined, as well as with the other collections of the brand. Pigmenti is also extraordinarily thin: only 3.5 mm in large format slabs (3×1 m) that opens to the possibility of being used on vertical surfaces, indoors for characterized environments, outdoors, for applications on external façades, or to cover furnishing volumes.


Studio Laviani; Ferruccio Laviani, Italy

Lea Ceramiche, Italy

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