Although the pandemic is preventing us from holding off-site meetings, an online roadshow will enable us to bring the scientific, artistic and professional communities together

Through this platform Iris Ceramica Group offers a free, democratic stage for celebrating the culture of architecture and design and exploring how it can adapt and respond to extraordinary circumstances. We will be inviting professionals and associations to join us in these unique times to present their future scenarios and share their vision with the global community.  

Through the standard webinar format, our events will also showcase best practices in environmental protection, studying the transformation of urban spaces, the principles of the circular economy, renewable energies, nature-based solutions and new materials and infrastructures.




Madrid’s sports hall

Madrid’s sports hall. A space of great light and breadth

The sports hall at Francisco de Vitoria University (UFV) in Pozuelo, Madrid is a big, diaphanous, brightly lit space with plenty of breadth. This sober project is architecturally in harmony with the buildings around it. That is much more than a place for practicing sports designed, developed and built to give the university a new multi-purpose facility.

MarePinetaResort in Milano Marittima with Friandre's slabs

MarePinetaResort in Milano Marittima. An icon of style, emblematic of the most exclusive hospitality

The MarePinetaResort is a historical hotel in Milano Marittima, built in the 1920s and recently given a new lease. The proprety chose Fiandre Architectural Surfaces because of the pioneering spirit that drives the brand and its ability to combine beauty and durability in every product.

M.Bufalini hospital of Cesena - Pavimenti Iris ceramica

M. Bufalini Hospital in Cesena. Through an innovative technology, the floors sanitize the spaces

The renovation of the "M.Bufalini" hospital by Arch. Andrea Gozzoli in collaboration with Iris Ceramica Group has made it possible to transform the spaces occupied by the patients. Floors play an important role thanks to Active Clean Air & Antibacterial Ceramic™ technology guaranteeing aesthetic qualities and antibacterial properties

Aesthetic clinic in Ginza with ICG slabs

Aesthetic clinic in Ginza. Sinuous traits, lights and organic nuances to regenerate and cultivate beauty

In Ginza, one of the most glamorous and exclusive districts in Japan, among the most elegant fashion boutiques, the most stylishly alluring restaurants and sushi bars, a clinic entirely dedicated to regenerative treatments and the recovery of an aesthetic form has been this year inaugurated. A peaceful oasis in the bustling, crowded streets. Projected by architects Daisuke Okuma and Eri Nagashima.