Floor and wall coverings that look like marble. Iris FMG makes its mark, inspired by the timeless beauty of marble. Classic and modern at the same time, it is the perfect material for adding character, exclusiveness and elegance to any interior!
Floors and walls that look like stone. Where advanced technology meets nature. Skilful combinations of different materials to stand out in the design of today's interiors and exteriors.
Cement-like floor and wall tiles. The simplicity of the material covers spaces with surfaces that look like cement. A material made by nature and man, an innovative look and advanced technical properties together to customise spaces with design and elegance.
Granite-like floor and wall coverings. Man-made materials inspired by nature. A flexible, versatile response of superior quality offering outstanding aesthetic results.
Strength plus light weight, enormous sizes and thinness.
Solutions for every room in the home and office. From the bathroom to the living room, from the shower stall to the bookshelf, any item of furniture can combine the pleasures of design with the needs of construction.Discover furnishing section
History that continues to amaze
In line with recent furnishing trends, FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti presents the new VENICE VILLA collection: tradition and innovation combined with the creativity of Italian know-how.
VENICE VILLA reinterprets the famous Venetian "terrazzo" in a contemporary key, combining the appearance of crushed marble fragments with the excellent properties of full body porcelain stoneware. The result is a real interplay of colours that capture and reflect light, enhancing homes and commercial spaces. Inclusions of fragments express the beauty of the material that inspired the collection, faithfully reproducing it in a ceramic surface that is extremely easy to lay, maintain and clean.Discover Venice Villa
Cersaie | Bologna (IT)
23-27 Settembre 2019
Pad. 26, Stand A188-B189
FMG at Fuorisalone 2019 with MateriAttiva
FMG will be participating in Fuorisalone 2019 in the heart of the Brera Design District (on Via Balzan at the corner of Via San Marco) with the installation MateriAttiva, open to the public April 8 through 14 2019.READ FULL ARTICLE