Think Zero Linea

Laminated stoneware the most sustainable ceramic surface.

Think Zero Linea

To be tangible, action has to start from the basics, from the spaces we live in, from the decisions we make

}Globally, buildings, homes and the construction sector are now responsible for approximately 36% of the world's total energy consumption and 37% of all energy-related CO2 emissions. In this context, the construction sector can and must contribute to accelerating decarbonisation and developing alternative, low-CO2 solutions in an effort to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. That's why choosing the right materials for residential, commercial, and public spaces is key to lessening our environmental impact.
Today, customers and designers need to be increasingly meticulous in the selection of building materials and techniques if there is to be any hope of achieving the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5°C.

* 2021 GLOBAL SITUATION REPORT ON BUILDINGS AND CONSTRUCTION, Global Alliance for Buildings and Constructions.

We reduce the distance between us and zero impact, reducing everything in between

  • -65%

    consumption of raw materials

  • -80%

    consumption of water

  • -30%

    consumption of energie

  • -30%

    CO2 emissions in the atmosphere

  • -66%

    pollution caused by transport

Our ultra-thin slabs. the most sustainable ceramic surface in the world with co2 compensated 100%.

Our ultra-thin slabs are born sustainable, but we didn’t stop there. Because we’ve worked to reduce the CO2 emissions generated by their production and compensate for residual emissions as well.
To go beyond. To achieve a zero-impact production, well beyond legal requirements.
Thus creating ultra-thin slabs that compensate for 100% of their CO2 emissions is the world’s most sustainable ceramic surface!
The thinnest tile on the market, at 3mm thick, is a testament to Panariagroup’s leadership in the innovation of ceramic’s natural sustainability.