Cement tiles Anima / History
The cement tiles (Cementina in Italian) was the first solution for flooring after the portland cement invention.
Between the end of the nineteenth century and early twentieth many artisans have worked in all the the world for the development of this material present at all latitudes.
In the early 1900s the cement tiles have become the floor symbol for contemporary architecture and were also used for the restoration of the floors in the old buildings, built in the previous centuries, thanks to their extraordinary technical and aesthetic characteristics. This means that today, the cement tiles, are recognized as the floor of the Italian buildings of every age.