Pamesa is a business group in an ongoing state of evolution. Its commitment to the environment is reflected by the introduction of a third co-generation plant, being the first ceramic tile manufacturer to have been assigned CO2-emission rights in compliance with the Kyoto Protocol.

Founded in 1972, Pamesa started out by manufacturing ceramic floor tiles, using tunnel kilns to fire them. In 1981, it began to make single-fired ceramic wall tiles.

Since 1997, it has also strived to ensure a high-quality design component, thanks to the creativity of designer Agatha Ruíz de la Prada. This initiative has led to the creation of ceramic tile collections which stand out for their innovative avant-garde design.

At Fuori Salone 2011 (MILAN), Agatha Ruiz de la Prada Milan presented some of their ceramic coatings. Enjoy!