Cooperativa d’Imola is a brand manufacturing a wide range of wall and floor tiles, inspired by the latest trends in the world of architecture and interior design. The company was founded in 1874. As it offers a variety of styles, Imola Ceramica can provide the right solution for any taste and requirement (classic, modern, romantic, traditional, etc.). Its very comprehensive range also makes it the perfect choice for both larger projects and solutions for private individuals. A variety of ideas and identities are shaped and then come together in one brand: Imola Ceramica.
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Imola: La Faenza and Leonardo
‘Imola’, as the manufacturer is popularly known, was founded in the last quarter of the 19th century, producing crockery and majolica tiles. At the beginning of the 20th century, it added the manufacture of ceramic tiles to its activities, particularly tiles for the construction sector. Following the signing of a ‘brotherhood pact’, the factory’s employees took over ownership of the business through the creation of a cooperative. Today, the company still takes the legal form of a cooperative, known by and serving customers all over the world. The company’s very wide range includes both glazed and unglazed wall and floor tiles in sizes varying from 12x18 cm up to 120x120 cm, and even 120x260 cm! ‘Imola’ boasts a very impressive production capacity of 70,000 m2 per day. The independent Leonardo and LaFaenza brands also fall under the group.
Leonardo and La Faenza are trademarks of the Imola group. These 2 brands are freely available and therefore fall outside the Ceramic Visions and Imola formula.
La Faenza tiles stand out from the other products offered by the Imola Group through their stylish look, which very much characterises this trendsetting Italian designer brand. La Faenza primarily manufactures top-quality floor tiles in tasteful designs - full-body porcelain and glazed porcelain tiles, in sizes varying from 30x30 cm up to 60x180 cm.
Up until 2008, Leonardo was a brand that primarily specialised in projects and architecture. Since then, it has developed in other directions, now demonstrating a keen eye for interiors and domestic settings. Leonardo continues to be distinctive, being one of the first to introduce full-body porcelain tiles in larger sizes (up to 120x120 cm and 60x180 cm), for example.
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