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Big One

Slabs in porcelain stoneware (1000x3000mm) starting from only 3,5mm thickness (with mesh) to create, transform and renew unique and exclusive spaces.

An innovative product with an highly aesthetic content which covers spaces and make them relive.

Big One of Future Euro Trade is the result of an advanced technology with which the refined raw materials are pressed with a force of 15.000 tons, cooked to temperatures higher than 1200° C and exposed to grinding , squaring and possible cutting.

Perfectly flat slabs, lightweight and flexible with extremely high chemical and physical resistances and chromatic features unalterable in time.

Big One

Ceramic Tiles

Future Euro Trade is a company in continuous evolution, with a young and dynamic team, focused on the ceramic sector and the study of ceramics and porcelain stoneware, both now and in the future. Our main objective is to achieve the most satisfactory quality-price binomial and, for this, we always look for the best partners and technical and aesthetic solutions in the market.

We are only in favor of results with high added value, that’s why we bet on a new generation of ceramic products that have advanced technology and controlled by qualified teams.

As with the other products, we are sure that human value is the basis of success. Will, availability and service should always be mixed with the highest quality and design so that everything together contributes value to the final product (floor, wall, porcelain, mosaic or klinker). First of all, we are clear that the fundamental principle is to earn every day the respect of all the customers who decide to bet and place all their trust in us.

Ceramic Tiles


Mosaic is a very old artistic technique. The first mosaics date back generally to the end of the third millennium BC, but it was only during the first millennium BC when this technique acquires an aesthetic sense. In a first period, the mosaics are enriched with geometric images and, from the 4th century BC, figurative representations are introduced, as hunting scenes or mythological images. Also during the 4th century BC the mosaic technique is mainly used: mosaic tiles “opus tessellatum”, used immediately as pavement. In the Roman imperial period the mosaic use evolved itself, geometric patterns and mosaic panels adorn important and representative environments. They begin to exist, also, pieces of millimeter size, with a type of technique that is usually called “opus vermiculatum”, and begins to use the mosaic as a wall covering, which is spread, especially from the first century AC The use of enamels increases, also because the enamels interact with light with results of surprising effects.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the use of mosaic for coatings and floors is became stronger thanks to famous architects and artists who increase their importance. Just think about Gaudi and the “Sagrada Familia”. In fact, in Barcelona, Gaudí proposes new solutions using the old tile mosaic technique through the use of the so-called tracandis.

But most of all in Italy, in the 1930s, where the mosaic begins its complete consecration thanks to two artists who have created the history of this material, the masters Severini and Sironi.

Nowadays mosaic is widely used as a decorative element of our houses, where elegance and charm are mixed so much that, if the “old” artists can not yet be defined as surpassed, they can be considered secondary. The production of ancient mosaics with modern techniques ensures the perfect decorative effect in the short term and with a guarantee of strength and solidity. The continuous synergies between artisans, designers and the ceramic industry has meant that the mosaic is always discovering new areas and surfaces of employment. Nowadays, thanks to the best industrial productions of this material, art rediscovered , and this product lives a new and attractive youth never known before, thanks to the easiness of coupling with different materials as wood, metal, marble, porcelain, glass and ceramics, can satisfy all the projective needed of new buildings, houses and environments that welcome us with their warmth upon our return home, giving us the opportunity to personalize them with taste(o personal favourite) and personal style.

The Linea Italia collections selected by Future Euro Trade want to combine the appeal of a thousand-year-old technique with the productive methods of today to make available and accessible, for all lovers of this material, the use in decorative wall realizations of various areas of our houses, giving the possibility of maximum personalization. All the selections of our mosaics are unique pieces born for exclusive projects and elaborations, reinforced by continuous research and a passion without limits.