Endless Landscape.

A dynamic and evocative space that showcases Lea Ceramiche’s eclectic and visionary Masterpiece collection, designed by architect Ferruccio Laviani.
The Project

Endless Landscape adorns the city space, turning it into both a landscape and a tactile garden, within which we find the Italian spirit of the natural materials that inspired it: Verde Alpi marble, the ochre of Sienna, the rust of Cotto Lombardo, and the grey of Pietra Serena. Grafting itself to the surrounding environment, this new architectural landscape suggests a perfect balance of shapes, colours and materials that together create a special haven within the urban fabric.

Describing this project is complicated, despite its simplicity: a public space occupied by an installation, in a contemplative location for thinking, reflecting, and being reflected, a metaphysical landscape, a small architectural forest, an infinite panorama…

I believe that all of these definitions are valid, even though what fundamentally remains is a sort of parenthesis within the urban fabric, in which to lose yourself in a gaze and allow you imagination to soar before an ephemeral space. A masterpiece of freedom, dynamic perspectives, and clear geometries which provide a privileged showcase for that which is the absolute protagonist: the pleasure of being alone.


Ferruccio Laviani

Masterpiece, the collection

Masterpiece blends limited elements that can develop unlimited combinations. It's an alphabet of colours and materials, a sequence of adjustable notes that can compose an endless range of melodies. Masterpiece is a palette inviting its interpreters to design and create projects that are unique yet sharing an underlying common thread of character, distinction, and creativity, that bear witness to the collection’s ability to narrate the designer's vision.