Provenza was founded in Italy in 1975, in the world’s most famous ceramic tile production district: Sassuolo (Modena).
Its aim was to become one of the companies of reference for top-end ceramic tiles, with state-of-the-art production plants and an independent research and development department. The Provenza product range evolved from single-fired to porcelain tiles, and over time it acquired the image of a dynamic company, responsive to trends in taste and new technologies.
Unique, distinctive products, with strong emotional connotations. Soft, figured surfaces, concrete and evocative, inspired by nature and with cutting-edge design: these were the characteristics that brought Provenza fame not only in the ceramic coverings sector but in the wider world of contemporary interior design, as it interpreted individual emotional needs and met the requirements of both homes and commercial projects.
The creation of original collections established several products as sector benchmarks, and helped shape the history of ceramic tiles, cladding and decorating prestige buildings, historic residences and homes featured in the world’s leading magazines.
Today, Provenza sets new frontiers in research and innovation, with products that represent the very best in Italian-made ceramic coverings.
On Saturday 17 March, the Coco Loco of Marina di Ravenna inaugurated the summer season: the inauguration, despite the weather, was a great success and the guests present appreciated the restyling that was performed.
The renewal of the Coco Loco, thanks to the creativity of Andrea Plazzi of Interni Soluzioni d’Arredo, has affected the interior and exterior of the restaurant: Meinardi is proud to have contributed to this success with the materials destined for renovated surfaces such as the tops of the counters, the internal flooring and the outdoor flooring.
Here are some photos taken during the event: for more information or images, register on our website and visit the links in the article.