Marazzi is an international leader in the design, production and marketing of ceramic and stoneware tiles. Present today in more than 146 countries, Marazzi is universally recognised as synonymous with quality ceramic tiles, and symbolises the best of Italian style and manufacturing in the interior decoration and design sector.

In fact, Marazzi, founded in 1935 at Sassuolo, Modena, in an area which was to become the world’s leading-edge hub in the creation of high-end ceramic tiles, has been responsible for the main process and product innovations in the ceramic tile industry, which have made the company and the district a benchmark for the entire ceramics world.

A predilection for research and experimentation, the ability to predict and respond to changes and developments in lifestyles, architecture and design, the prioritisation of the environment and sustainability, the internationalisation of sales and production, and constant investments in the growth of people and the business are the strong points that have enabled Marazzi to rise to the top of its industry, in Italy and internationally, and constantly confirm its leadership.

With a unique offering of products and services ranging from latest-generation large stoneware slabs to traditional small sizes, and from ventilated walls to floating floors, Marazzi is a key ceramic coverings benchmark for interior designers, architects, contractors, distributors, retailers and final customers.

Marazzi has belonged since 2013 to Mohawk Industries, the world’s biggest flooring manufacturer, listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

In the last years, Marazzi has undertaken a major investment plan to both upgrade and increase production capacity and develop its brands. Under the plan, it has doubled the size of its Fiorano Modenese and Finale Emilia plants, reconstructed its historic Sassuolo factories and research laboratories, renovated its headquarters with new offices and new showrooms, and restored and opened to the public the Crogiolo, the 1930s building where Marazzi was born, as well as opening flagship stores in Milan, London, Paris and Warsaw.