Tile of Spain outlines Coverings 2022 events

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Las Vegas— Tile of Spain, the international brand representing over 110 ceramic tile manufacturers from Spain, announced its schedule of events for Coverings 2022, North American’s largest international tile and stone exhibition and conference happening here next month from April 5-8.

Visitors to the Spanish Pavilion will explore rich collections as well as a full range of ceramic formats and applications from more than 70 Spanish companies. Attendees will discover a new wave of tile innovations and have the opportunity to talk with ceramic experts from Spain about the latest novelties and advanced technical solutions that have been engineered to meet today’s design needs, according to the group.

Enjoy coffee at the Spanish Pavilion, booth #C9026, while you enjoy educational seminars and video presentations, indulge in award-winning architectural and design projects using ceramics from Spain and network with industry professionals.

Highlights of happenings at the Spanish pavilion include:

Pavilion Special: Sustainability in Ceramics
Location: Tile of Spain Booth #C9026
Tuesday, April 5 at 3:30 p.m.
Thursday, April 7 at 12:00 p.m.
Delve into ceramics and a more wholistic view of sustainability, health and safety. We’ll discuss how the post-pandemic mindset has shifted to a place where we are collectively looking more favorably at a build-for-life philosophy and ceramic tile can truly shine.
Pavilion Special: Showstoppers 
Location: Tile of Spain Booth #C9026
Tuesday, April 5 at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 6 at 10 a.m.
Friday, April 8 at 10 a.m.
Join ceramic tile specialist and Tile of Spain consultant, Ryan Fasan, as he interviews representatives from Spanish companies about new product introductions and industry advancements showcasing at Coverings this year.
Pavilion Special: A & D/ Contractors Tour
Location: Tile of Spain Booth #C9026
Thursday, April 7th at 1:30 p.m.
Calling all architects, designers and contractors! Join Tile of Spain as it explores current trends in specifications and emerging formats, product categories and performance characteristics. Develop a fool-proof checklist of best practices to employ the full gambit of modern innovations in your projects while optimizing budgets and leaving little chance of value-engineering to spoil your design goals.
Pavilion Special: Ceramic Trends 2022
Location: Tile of Spain Booth #C9026
Thursday, April 7th at 3:30 p.m.
Friday, April 8th at 12:30 p.m.
Join Ryan Fasan for his notable “Trend Talk” taking a deep dive into the latest ceramic design trends of 2022. This is one of Fasan’s most anticipated presentations of the year as he delves into the inner makings, artistic design and advanced technologies behind the world most notable ceramics from Spain on display.

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