All the original Nolla production came from Meliana and it became one of the foremost decorative elements of Spanish modernism.
Nolla ceramics were marketed all around the world until the nineteen-sixties. After changing hands several times and being abandoned for decades, in 2020 the Palacete Nolla was renovated by the architectural studio ARAE Patrimonio y Restauración. The Local Authority of Meliana, which currently owns the building and is behind its renovation, allows this space, full of history, to be visited free of charge.
In honour of their Valencian origin, Nolla mosaics decorate relevant institutions in the city such as the City Hall, the Teatro Principal, the Post Office building, the Exhibition Palace and the Central Market, as well as numerous façades in the Cabanyal neighbourhood.
Nolla ceramics were exported around the world and therefore it is still possible to find magnificent examples of these ceramic carpets, with original multicolour designs, from Buenos Aires to Santiago de Cuba, though capital cities such as Lisbon and Moscow.