La Fabbrica ceramics, the right mix of elegance and contemporary taste.

In this article we want to present a special project of a period house in Ireland made by Studio Kris Turnbull, created to simplify the lifestyle of a young family of six. It is a complete renovation project on a 3000sqm area that includes all the rooms of this house: from the kitchen to the dining room, to the bathrooms, the living room and coffee corner.

A grand sense of scale is created by the full-height windows and the extensive use of glass, flooding the space with natural light.

With this in mind, the Studio decided to integrate into its Young Family Life project, our AVA brand products, always been synonymous with elegance through its large-format slabs.

Aesthetica Hegel with natural finish and Statuario lappato were selected for this project. Hegel is a light onyx with a pearly effect, used to embellish the rooms of the residence and Statuario, a classic marble, to cover its bathrooms. A real note of style, an eclectic mix of period charm and contemporary lifestyle that perfectly combines the soft and bright tones of our marbles with forniture vibrant colours.





The Piranesi Palazzo Nainer is a boutique hotel in Rome dating back to 19th century, offering elegant rooms with every comfort. An elegant and prestigious 19th-century building with an avant-garde soul, perfectly merging classic and modern style. In the project followed by Studio AD.THILE, the AESTHETICA HEGEL collection of our brand AVA was used, in the 160×320 size, lapped version, for wall tiling and washbasins in the bathrooms of the suites and the ottomans in the bedrooms. Shower trays feature 120×240 size with natural surface.

Lucia Magnani Health Clinic in Castrocaro Terme (FC)

In the Lucia Magnani Health Clinic centre of excellence, two beauty treatment rooms and furnishing elements were created with slabs from the Aesthetica Hegel lappato collection, a stunning project made by the studio èdoc architects (architectural firm and interior design studio owned by architects Federico Dottorini and Hande Y. Dottorini). A new concept designed to enhance the sensory experience of a luxury facial/body treatment: the beauty room becomes a showroom that enhances the cosmetic products.

A wonderful ritual bath in Jerusalem

In Jerusalem, architect Yehudit Fishmanil created a wonderful ritual bath together with our client OZ, covering the rooms with Nero Belvedere and Aesthetica Hegel by AVA.


A historic Renaissance building dating back to the 17th century in the heart of Bologna changes its life thanks to a redevelopment project signed by Iosa Ghini Associati. The 2,000 square meter building has been completely renovated, placing design as a synonym of livability and quality, creating 35 branded apartments.

In addition to the architectural project, Iosa Ghini Associati has developed a partnership with Italcer Group which with its AVA and La Fabbrica brands has covered the walls and floors of the most prestigious branded apartments of the Design Club.

Residenza in Ucraina

Elements of the residential structure built in Ukraine by ArtDen, Novopecherskie Lipki.

The premium exclusive apartments have been decorated in a modern and light style with Ava’s Aesthetica Hegel.

Spa in una sinagoga di Londra

A wonderful SPA has been inaugurated in London with the Ava’s Nautilus and  Aesthetica Hegel.

Casa Privata UK

Casa privata Irlanda by Kris Turnbull Studios

The versatility of our slabs finds its most challenging expression in a luxurious private home in Ireland, designed by Kris Turnbull Studios .

The large format, among the largest and thinnest in the world measuring 320×160 cm and just 6-mm thick, demonstrates how Ava rises to the challenge of the most ambitious architectural projects.

Private residence Kiev

In the cosmopolitan city of Kiev, in a private residence, the large slab by Ava de La Fabbrica SpA in porcelain stoneware conjures up an unusual and sophisticated contemporary style.
The amber shades of the natural onyx veining are reinterpreted in ceramic by the Aesthetica collection, reviving the elegance and prestige of the noble stone used in royal households since ancient times: elegance and prestige showcased in the two bathrooms of the residence, covering both the floor and walls in the two colours of the collection, Hegel and Wilde.
The furnishings blend seamlessly with the cool shades of Hegel and the warm shades of Wilde, enhanced by the choice of taps and bathroom accessories in steel (cold) and gold (warm).
The large 320cm x 160cm format adds a modern tone to the project which, together with minimal 6mm thickness, reflects the current trend in the ceramic world through the originality, functionality and innovation which they represent in the field of design.