Cotto d'Este is the protagonist of Domus’ latest publishing project.
A publication dedicated to the history of the company, to its milestones, to the continuous technological and aesthetic research, to the attention to the environment, told through some of the most significant achievements of the brand.
Cotto d'Este has always been oriented towards the top of the range and has a privileged relationship with the world of design and with the great names of architecture.
In fact, among the references in the Ceramic Architecture book we find projects designed by Citterio-Viel & Partners Archinect and the famous Vertical Forest signed by Boeri Studio (S. Boeri, G. Barreca, G. La Varra).
Ceramic Architecture is available as a supplement to the June issue of Domus.
Today more than ever, doing business demands a strong sense of responsibility as well as the ability to be flexible, in particular at a time as dramatically complex as the one we’ve been living through over the past few weeks due to the Covid-19 situation.
Right from the start we instituted a series of strict rules for the purpose of safeguarding the health and safety of our employees in the workplace, in full respect of the regulations passed by the Italian government.
Now we have decided to temporarily halt manufacturing in our Italian sites, which will remain closed for three weeks as of this Friday 20th March because of an external economic situation that is momentarily impacting negatively the market.
Nevertheless, the company is not closing.
We are here for you, and for those who wish to continue choosing our products and to whom we will guarantee the best commercial assistance and an efficient delivery service.
We are still here, with our continuous innovation and our ongoing research into new products and solutions that we will soon be proud to launch.
We will come back even stronger than before, ready for the new challenges that await us!