At the 36th annual Cersaie, which concluded last week, more than 112,000 tile and ceramic enthusiasts descended on Bologna, Italy, to learn about emerging fabrication and digital printing technologies and survey a wide array of decorative options. This year the blue color, 3D-textured surfaces, and bold geometric and bohemian patterns dominated the showroom floor.

Below, ARCHITECT highlights seven products from the show perfect for creating vibrant interior spaces.

Courtesy Ceramica Vogue

Deorami by Ceramica Vogue
Designed by Turin, Italy–based architecture firm Marcante-Testa for Ceramica Vogue, the Dekorami collection of glazed porcelain tiles features a 3D surface in geometric patterns inspired by those from ancient Greece. The 10"-square tiles measure 0.39" thick and are offered in three designs with a glossy (available in five colors) or a satin finish (available in three colors).

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Blu Ponti by Ceramica Francesco De Maio
Ceramica Francesco De Maio's Blu Ponti collection of decorative handmade tiles was originally designed by late architect and the father of Italian modernism Gio Ponti in early 1960s for the Hotel Parco dei Principi in Sorrento, Italy. The 7.8"-square, 0.49"-thick tiles are available in five colors and 33 patterns.

Courtesy Marazzi

D_Segni Colore by Marazzi
Inspired by traditional Italian cement tiles, Marazzi's D_Segni Colore porcelain tiles offer an eclectic, bohemian touch for interior spaces. Suitable for both wall and floor applications in residential and low-traffic commercial spaces, D_Segni's 7.8"-square format tiles are available in three new matte colors and five new designs.

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Biscuit by 41 Zero 42
As its name suggests, 41 Zero 42's Biscuit collection of 3D-textured, white-body, single-fire tiles was inspired by shape and form of freshly baked cookies. Suitable only for wall applications, Biscuit comes in six design variations and two colors with a matte finish. Each 0.31"-thick tile measures 2" wide by 8" long.

Courtesy Ceramiche Piemme

Shades by Ceramica Piemme
Created by Milan-based designer Gordon Guillaumier for Ceramica Piemme, the Shades collection of porcelain tiles was inspired by hand-decorated, 19th-century Italian tin-glazed pottery called Maiolica. Available in 23.6"-square, 11.8"-by-3.6", 23.6"-by-47.2", 31.4"-square, 7.8"-square, and 6.8"-by-8.07" formats, the collection comes in five shades.

Courtesy Lea Ceramiche

Concreto by Lea Ceramiche
Designed by Italian architect Fabio Novembre, the Concreto collection of laminated porcelain tiles incorporates Lea Ceramiche's Slimtech technology to create ultra-thin, large format porcelain slabs. Suitable for indoor wall and floor applications, the 0.23"-thick tiles come in 48"-by-102", 24"by-48", and 48"-square formats. Available in five colors, four design variations, and with an antimicrobial finish.

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Acquerello by Made+39
Designed by Italian architect and illustrator Annika Cova for Fiorano Modenese, Italy–based Made+39, this collection of glazed porcelain tiles was inspired by watercolor paintings. Measuring 0.4" thick, the tiles are available in 24"-square, 12"-by-24", and 12"-square formats. Offered in ivory, gray blue, decor mix warm, and decor mix cool color options.