We believe in a world
where space fits with people

 

Hands, Head and Heart

 

A dream collection.

 

Scenari, ceramic wallpaper

 

Shaping space

 

A project designed
for the bold ones

 

A new style
for those who love design

 

More than a style,
an experience

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Sartoria,
where ideas
come from

A tailored project for all those who love interior design, small sizes, colour and decoration.

L’ultimo capitolo di Terratinta Group, una storia ceramica senza precedenti.

A project designed for those who look forward, for the bold ones, for those who don’t fear conflict.

For those who think clearly and are determined to give space to their personality.

COLLECTIONS

Artigiana

Quoting Walter Gropius, Art is not a ‘profession’. There is no essential diƒference between the artists and the craftsmen. Both are united by the awareness of how pro€ciency in their craft is essential to make them blossom into art. Not surprisingly, the term ‘Opera’, from the Latin ŏpĕra meant as “work, activity”, is used regardless of whether our resulting object is more or less artistic. Because Artigiana is simply this: our work. We leave it to you to be the judges of which category the €nal result should be ascribed, we know what it was born from: Hands, Head and Heart.

Inspirations

For those in need to add their own unique, remarkable touch to every detail, for precisely those details are the ones that make us feel comfortable, make us feel at Home.

INSPIRATIONS
21 February 2020

CHANGE PROJECT: TERRATINTA GROUP AIMS TO BE PLASTIC FREE

Every year - WWF reports - about 8 million tons of plastic waste end up in the oceans and, if serious and tangible measures are not taken, by 2050 there…
INSPIRATIONS
19 February 2020

CHANGE PROJECT: PAPER DECREASE

How many times have you happened to pass by a company and notice its paper bins overflowing with sheets, documents and prints that are often untouched? It doesn't take much:…
INSPIRATIONS
17 February 2020

TERRATINTA GROUP GOES GREEN

Our Company has changed some rules since its start. Our "back to basic" policy introduced in 2010 is still very up-to-date and has always involved more the BEHAVIORS rather than…