Notes, References and External Links1. ExCinere. The result of more than three years of research and experimentation, ExCinere® is suitable for both interior and exterior surfaces, from kitchen counters and bathroom floors to architectural facade cladding.
2. Dzek creates original architectural products guided by nature. Their materials are developed in collaboration with designers, architects and material scientists with radical perspectives on resources and design systems.
ContributorsCONCEPT, DESIGN: Andrea Trimarchi, Simone Farresin
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT: Simon Ballen Botero, Marlou Rutten, Jeroen Van Der Gruiter
PHOTO CREDITS: Delfino Sisto Legnani, Marco Cappelletti, Nick Ballon
LiteratureWallpaper*, Formafantasma’s tiles rise from the ashes of a Sicilian volcano
Dzek, ExCinere, Formafantasma, Fuorisalone, Milan
Living Corriere, Formafantasma riscopre la pietra vulcanica
Domus, ExCinere: Formafantasma for Dzek
Designboom, Formafantasma turns volcanic lava into earthy tiles at milan design week
Mousse Magazine, Design, Reset: Studio Formafantasma
This Orient, Inspired by 70s tiles – Ex Cinere by Formafantasma
Design Museum, Product, ExCinere
Indesign, Meet Formafantasma: Shape Shifters in Design
Abitare, Ventura Centrale and NoLo, beauty is trending
Collater, Formafantasma x DZEK
Financial Times, Meet the designers turning electronic waste into elegant furniture
Sight Unseen, The Best Thing We Saw in Milan Today, Day 3
Fast Company, These gorgeous tiles are glazed in volcanic ash from Mount Etna
Admagazine, Ex-Cinere, Formafantasma pour Dzek.
Milk decoration, Formafantasma x Dzek
Dezeen, Formafantasma and Dzek create collection of volcanic-ash-glazed tiles
The Times, What’s new in the world of luxury interiors
Yellowtrace, Excinere Volcanic – ash-glazed tiles by Formafantasma for Dzek