The automotive industry was perhaps the first in which high-tech developed its own special language, individual aesthetics which, starting with the body, hinted at the mechanical efficiency and high performance of the engineering miracle under the hood. Showrooms, stands at trade fairs and all those other places which have become the “temples” of cars are now also called upon to express the image of the automotive world much in the same way. They do this with shiny surfaces whose reflections ripple and move and which recall the dematerialized sensuality of the cars on the road; at the same time, the facings themselves boast undisputable mastery, a level of excellence that can also be felt in the meticulous precision of how the joints between the tiles come together as they flow one into the other with the steady perfection of a precision tool