A perfect blend of clean lines, seamless vessels and Italian styling, Art Ceram is a company with a distinct contemporary identity. Founded in Italy in 1987, Art Ceram has roots in bathroom unit production, eventually evolving to a premium, world class brand thanks to its collaboration with renowned international designers like Meneghello, Urbinati and Virgilio. The company has also focused heavily on trend forecasting and technological research to create unique designs.
Art Ceram's bathroom collection of sinks and sanitary ware products are highly functional, yet can also be viewed as contemporary works of art. Art Ceram products combine materials to create a natural flow and control of water. Fixtures and sinks are pared down to essentials without bulk and volume. Perfect for the discerning client, Art Ceram's collections are always at the forefront of the ever-changing luxury bathroom market.
Designer, artist, and entrepreneur - Luciana Di Virgilio is a young designer making a big impact on many fronts of the design world. After graduating with a degree in Industrial Design in Florence, Di Virgilio founded Veneziano+Team, a highly influential European design studio, with Gianni Veneziano in 2008. This forward-thinking studio explores several fields of design, aiming to reach final solutions of strong emotional impact.
Since 2008, Di Virgilio has also developed other projects and corporate identities, championed interior design projects for private clients and exhibition designs for shows such as Abitare il Tempo (Inhabiting Time) in Verona and Triennale Design Museum in Milan. One of her more famous works belongs to Triennale Design Museum in Milan's permanent collection. In 2011 she received a mention of honor from Raymond Loewy Foundation. In 2012 she produced and directed a radio show about design on the Italian Radio Capital.
I do not like the word "method" I've always had a pretty rebellious attitude towards the discipline and I think that freedom in the creative act is the right approach. I look at the world as if everything is possible and I would never stop doing it. - Luciana Di VirgilioView other products by Luciana Di Virgilio