In the context of the challenges put forward by sustainable development, Revigrés adopts a series of socially responsible practices to make a positive contribution to the community and maximise the positive impacts of the company.
Consequently, it pursues a policy of preserving resources, respecting diversity and reducing social inequalities, contributing to the improvement of current living conditions and for future generations.
In parallel, it creates, promotes and participates in activities that may help to develop different social areas.
Subsequently, Revigrés was the first Portuguese company in the ceramics industry to be certified by the Social Responsibility Management System - NP 4469-1:2008.
Revigrés has sponsored the award from the first edition in 2014. It rewards the best urban regeneration projects implemented on national territory.
Organised in partnership with the Portuguese Architects Association. Architect Manuel Afonso Sá entered with the winning project “Chromatic Cube: Explore your mind”, incorporating pieces of the Chromatic Collection.
Revigrés has been the sponsor since the 1st edition in 1997. It supports new talents and fosters the professionalisation of young designers, by marketing their projects.
The dress "Tile Caravel" by Storytailors fashion designers incorporates pieces of the Chromatic Collection. It was shown at the Iberian Suite: Global Arts Remix at the Kennedy Center in Washington; Portugal Fashion Spring-Summer 2016 in Lisbon; 12th International Biennial of Ceramic Art of Aveiro.
Revigrés is one of the private-entity founders of Casa da Música music hall in Porto.
Sponsored the musicals “A Canção de Lisboa” and “Uma Noite em Casa de Amália”, produced by Filipe La Féria, by producing replicas of the tiles used in the house of the fado singer, Amália Rodrigues.
Revigrés was in charge of carrying out the thematic decorations of the City of Rock and performing activities for raising awareness of sustainable behaviour.
Premium sponsor of a championship which is a real show of adrenaline and speed year after year.
The event’s exclusive ceramics partner.
Main sponsor of the Porto Football Club for over 38 years. The 1st time a Portuguese company sponsored a football club and already the longest lasting sponsorship in Europe and, possibly, worldwide.
Project developed jointly with ACAPO (Portuguese Association of Blind and Visually Impaired), the Portuguese Design Centre and the Lisbon underground, to meet the mobility and access requirements of modern society.
Designed by architect Tomás Taveira, with wall and floor tiles from the Galáxia Collection by Revigrés.
Revigrés is among the 10 founding companies of the association which, together with the University of Aveiro, is developing the “House of the Future”.
Revigrés is partner in the project lead by RECET (network of Technological Centres in Portugal) that seeks to mobilise young people to industrial training and educational areas.
Partnership for the development of antibacterial flooring, an innovative project that received honourable mention.
Internship programme for new graduates from this University.