The new collection set to enhance the Brick Generation project pays homage to one of the liveliest, most exclusive neighbourhoods in the Big Apple: Tribeca. The redevelopment of this area in Manhattan began around the 1970s, when an authentic artistic and cultural renaissance made its way through the buildings of this largely financial district. Today Tribeca is very much an “in” residential area, given a genuine air thanks to the cobbled streets and industrial-style loft apartments. The facades are the same ones you’ll find on the new collection by Ceramica Rondine.
The Tribeca ceramic tiles feature the colours and surfaces typical of painted brick. These tiles, available in a wide range of colours - sand, white, old red, mud, multicolor and grey – are the perfect partner for Amarcord, the Ceramica Rondine solution that combines the beauty of cotto with the allure of wood.