Due to their perfect flatness, extreme lightness and the excellent properties of the material, the large and very thin ceramic sheets by Laminam are ideal for interior architecture, used as a facing on walls and floors, in both residential and public contexts.


Among the latest recent achievements of the company, the internal facings of the new buildings of the University of Sydney Business School, designed by the international architecture studio Woods Bagot, are of particular interest.

The architectural solution consists of a series of boxes grouped around spaces created as ‘binders’ with the aim of encouraging socializing and collaboration amongst students.


For the flooring of the university complex, the choice went to the collection I Naturali Pietre in the gray Pietra di Savoia finish, in the format 1000x3000mm with a thickness of 5.6 mm. The products faithfully reproduce the technical and aesthetic essence of the natural materials on which they are based.

Its fluid and surprisingly structured surfaces create a strong effect of continuity, merging the spaces together and reinforcing the sense of unity and sharing that informs the entire project.

The sunlight that enters the rooms through the large windows and the building’s central skylight is reflected on the floor, bringing a sense of great luminosity and emphasizing the natural effect of the ceramic surfaces.

The presence of Laminam is completed by the supply of the Collection and Tredi surfaces, used for the walls and staircases.