LaFaenza, an Italian ceramic tile producer, belongs to the Cooperativa Ceramica d'Imola. Founded in 1962, the factory gained its worldwide popularity due to designer Carlo Zauli. In early 1990's it was Carlo Zauli who occupied the position of the company Artistic Director. Since then the ceramic tile brand of LaFaenza is globally recognized as a synonym to the irreproachable artistic taste and innovations. Nowadays, the artwork by Carlo Zauli is exhibited in the Victoria & Albert Museum of London. Thoroughly selected feedstock, advanced finishing technologies and consistent research contribute to the signature identity of LaFaenza Ceramica. Application of the major production technologies yields the collections of white clay with exquisite decorations, glazed porcelain and porcelain stoneware. High-end equipment and automated production make the articles by LaFaenza an affordable luxury. The pricing policy of the company sets it apart from other Italian manufacturers. The series of ceramic tile and porcelain tile by LaFaenza are distinct in their diversity: from the retrospective tribute to Carlo Zauli (Zauli collection) to the present-day interpretation of the Provence style (Vendome collection), from the fancy three-dimensional reality (Illusion) to the timeless Venetian plaster (Venier). Each collection is a charismatic and inimitable manifestation of contemporary art.