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DISTILLERIA MAGNOBERTA - Casale Monferrato (AL) - Italy

Among the many uses for modern technical ceramics most significant are those which optimize the architectural lifespan of buildings, which consequently improves well-being and overall quality of life for residents.

In this respect FMG Fabbrica Marmi e Graniti technical porcelain ventilated facades are one of the finest systems to preserve and renovate wall structures. Installed using a dry technique, the system combines functionality with an attractive appearance.

A leading company both regionally and nationally, today as in the past, Distilleria Magnoberta continues "the Piedmont tradition of diligence and industry, throughout the distillery, aging cellar, bottling and packaging departments.

In a series of exhibitions and promotions celebrating its centenary, Magnoberta renovated the exterior appearance of its headquarters on Strada Asti, using an FMG ventilated facade system from the collection Roads Dark Depth slabs.

Magnoberta’s decision to use ventilated facade technology offers a number of advantages compared to traditional walls, in the short term but primarily in the long term.

These include protection from the weather, and elimination of surface condensation, thermal bridges, and potential defects on external walls (cracking, delamination). In addition, other significant advantages related to possible maintenance include ease of installation regardless of weather conditions and the ability to work on an individual slab.

FMG technical ceramics’ resistance, guaranteed by the almost total non-absorbency of porcelain, also enables the original appearance to be maintained.

Dark Depth tiles from the Roads collection provide a depth of color which enhances the building and confers a prestigious, sophisticated air, perfectly complementing the company's respected historical image.

The ventilated façade system was installed by Granitech