The GreenBuilding Company

Kerakoll is the international leader in the GreenBuilding sector, providing solutions that safeguard the health of both the environment and the people.

The GreenBuilding Company

Planning for the future with passion, from 1968 to today.

Kerakoll was born in 1968 in Sassuolo (Modena, Italy) right in the middle of the most important ceramic district in the world, thanks to the business initiative of Romano Sghedoni.

Today Kerakoll is the first company in the world to offer a comprehensive package of GreenBuilding materials and services to build healthy homes and live in harmony with the environment.

“The rapid expansion of the Group is demonstrated as well in the growth of its turnover, from around 11 million euros in 1990 to 500 million in 2019 with an employment growth of circa 1,500 people.”

Our productive plants

Italy Spain Poland Greece France

United Kingdom India Brazil

Our commercial companies

Germany Portugal USA UAE

Our 16


  • Sassuolo (Modena, Italy) – 2 manufacturing sites
  • Rubiera (Reggio Emilia, Italy)
  • Brugine (Padova, Italy)
  • Zimella (Verona, Italy)
  • Piacenza (Italy)
  • Minucciano (Lucca, Italy)
  • Castellon (Spain)
  • Almazora (Spain)
  • Łódź (Poland)
  • Athens (Greece)
  • Corbas (Lyon, France)
  • Vadodara (Gujarat, India)
  • Leyland (Lancashire, United Kingdom)
  • Charqueada (São Paulo, Brazil)
  • Jundiaí (São Paulo, Brazil)


We have always worked
and collaborated with the best

Since its foundation, Kerakoll has undergone a constant growth both on the national and international market for building materials, acquiring the technical know-how and knowledge that has taken the company to the forefront of the GreenBuilding sector and allowed it to become the partner of the most important designers, specialised distributors and corporate clients such as McDonald’s, Armani, BMW, Ferrari, Zara, Diesel, Ikea, Mercedes, Dolce & Gabbana, Swatch and Coca Cola.

“Kerakoll has been chosen over the years as a Technical Supplier by internationally renowned architects and for restoration projects at many World Heritage Sites.”

Collaborative projects

Internationally renowned architects

  • ABDR Architetti Associati, for the new Teatro dell’Opera in Florence, Italy
  • Oscar Niemeyer, for the Oscar Niemeyer International Cultural Centre in Avilés, Spain
  • WilkinsonEyre, for the new Department of Earth Sciences at Oxford University, UK
  • the German firm GMB Architecture, for the Cape Town Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, commissioned for the 2010 FIFA World Cup
  • Zaha Hadid, for the Museo nazionale delle arti del XXI secolo – MAXXI in Rome, Italy, inaugurated in May 2010
  • Herzog & De Meuron, for the Beijing National Stadium in Beijing, China, and the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany
  • HOK, for the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, India
  • Frank O. Gehry, for the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain
  • Renzo Piano, for the Auditorium Ennio Morricone / Parco della Musica, in Rome, Italy
  • Richard Rogers, for the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France
  • Santiago Calatrava, for the Queen Sofía Palace of the Arts in Valencia, Spain
  • WS Atkins & Partners, for the Bahrain World Trade Center in Manama, Bahrain
  • David Fisher, for the Dynamic Tower in Dubai, UAE
  • Jean Nouvel, for the Torre Glòries in Barcelona, Spain

World Heritage Sites

  • The Colosseum in Rome, Italy
  • The Basilica of Saint Mark in Venice, Italy
  • The Verona Arena, Italy
  • Palazzo Pitti, Palazzo Vecchio and the Vasari Corridor in Florence, Italy
  • The Palace of Venaria in Turin, Italy
  • The Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio in Milan, Italy
  • The Altar of Genoa Cathedral, Italy