The new Ceramica Rondine collection takes its inspiration from the dream-like, charming beauty of the Venetian lagoon, a place with a thousand - year long history, where man and water have always lived together in a symbiotic relationship. It is precisely in this lagoon landscape, deep- rooted in its seabed, that we find one of Venice’s most symbolic elements: the briccola, the dolphin, the nautical structure that marks off the navigable areas of the canals, providing important information. The symbolic strength of this wood, its special, detail-packed worn appearance encompasses the history of the lagoon. The new Ceramica Rondine porcelain stoneware reproduces the surfaces of these pillars, submerged in and corroded by the water, with all their imperfect grooves, in a tile that comes in two innovative sizes: 30x120 and 20x120 cm, rectified. Bricola is available in different colours - white, honey, oak, pale and dark grey - and a range of special pieces: mosaics and decorations, as well as the 30x120 cm step tile for staircases.