Iris Ceramica Group participates in Venice Architecture Biennale 2021, with the Cyberwall installation

Among the sponsors of the Italian Pavilion at the 17th Architecture Biennale, Iris Ceramica Group participates with the Cyberwall installation. Made with Active Surfaces, which help maintain hygiene and cleaner air, Cyberwall is an example of how the material can take center stage in contemporary architecture.

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Cyberwall is a wall made with Active ceramic surfaces, measuring 300×150 cm. The surfaces with Active technology stand out for their antibacterial properties, which make it possible to eliminate pollutants and unpleasant odors. The drawings and graphic compositions on the wall are by Alessandro Melis, curator of the Italian Pavilion. Thanks to the Design Your Slabs project, which allows ceramic surfaces to be personalized with any image or illustration, the curator experimented with different techniques of representation.

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The participation in the exhibition of the Italian Pavilion is another step in the important celebration that marks the history of Iris Ceramica. As a matter of fact, in 2021, Iris Ceramica, established in 1961 by Romano Minozzi, celebrates its sixtieth anniversary. These sixty years of continuous research and innovation in the field of ceramic surfaces have brought the company to the top of world production.

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Ceramic surfaces take center stage in architecture

Among the latest innovations, Active Surfaces offer a concrete solution to contemporary problems. Surfaces with Active technology are able to activate a reaction that eliminates bacteria and viruses, keeping the air fresher and cleaner. Moreover, surfaces are sanitized without using other products.

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Cyberwall, in the Italian Pavilion of the 17the Venice Architecture Biennale, makes it possible to see up close Iris Ceramica Group’s innovation. With its participation in the Venice Architecture Biennale, Iris Ceramica Group consolidates its role as a leader in architectural materials. On the other hand, architecture confirms its importance in solving the problems of communities facing new challenges.

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