Production Sites

ABOUT TREND

PRODUCTION SITES

TREND: Putting technology into action.
Turning technology into art.

Sebring, Florida - Now the worldwide source of TREND’s engineered stone, this state-of-the-art facility currently produces over 8 million square feet annually. New equipment already installed and tested will more than double this capacity.

Venezia, Italy - The charming Orsoni Venezia 1888 glass foundry in Venice still manufactures mosaic in a centuries-old manner. TREND utilizes this facility for the specialty products that artisan customers request, including the traditional gold leaf Aureo and our hand-cut enamel, with flagship projects such as the Sagrada Familia, Basilica San Marco, Westminster Abbey, and the Washington National Cathedral.

Kadi, India - The operations of Pino Bisazza Glass are the source of TREND’s extensive and diverse collections of glass mosaic and decorative glass assembly sites. Turning the tons of individual glass mosaic tiles produced in our Indian facilities into carefully calibrated uniform sheets and exquisitely detailed designs is both art and science. The TREND locations that specialize in this function are located in Sydney (Australia) and Sebring (Florida).

Commercial offices:

TREND has established full-service commercial offices strategically positioned to meet the needs of significant customer bases. In addition to the headquarters in Italy, The United States and Australia, these offices include Dubai (United Arab Emirates) and Hong Kong.

Born with style.

The leadership of TREND Group has worked to assure that the company’s commercial soul is shaped by a deep commitment to environmental concerns and cultural vibrancy. On the one hand, TREND actively supports the contemporary art world, is a leading member of the Intrapresae Collezione Guggenheim Association, and funds the biannual Orsoni Prize for International Mosaic Art. On the other, the company moved early and aggressively to reduce the ecological impact of its processes and products. Production is designed to consume fewer raw materials and energy resources, to recycle otherwise wasted materials, and to increase the natural durability of its inventive applications.