Lea Ceramiche and Cotto d’Este, fine surfaces for a villa

Lea Ceramiche Cotto d'Este

Spectacular, ultra-modern design, nestled in the greenery of Budapest.

A spectacular villa with ultra-modern design, nestled in the green city of Budapest. Arranged on two levels, the residence features a look of intense color contrasts in which geometries and lines strongly characterize both the exterior and interior.

Panariagroup Industrie Ceramiche S.p.A., an Italian multinational group and world leader in the production and distribution of ceramic surfaces for floor and wall coverings, is a leading player in its field. Specializing in the production of porcelain stoneware e laminated stoneware, through its own commercial brands-Panaria Ceramica, Lea Ceramiche, Cotto d’Este, Blustyle, and Maxa in Italy, Margres, Love Tiles and Gresart in Portugal, Florida Tile in the United States and Bellissimo in India-Panariagroup offers solutions for high quality and prestige for all the needs of the Residential, commercial and public architecture.

The contribution of Lea Ceramiche

Lea Ceramiche is the perfect synthesis of visionary design and technological performance, an undisputed protagonist of world architecture, from the significant and prestigious partnerships with internationally renowned designers and project professionals, so much so that in recent years it has received prestigious awards for both excellent technical performance and design content.

The villa’s ventilated facade bears the brand’s signature Absolute collection, which gives the exterior structure the ultimate color balance with the total black and Grey Flow solution from the Waterfall collection for a striking aesthetic effect.

In the interior, however, the collection was used for the construction of the staircase leading to the second floor. Waterfall inspired by slate and offered in the shade Dark Flow. The following collections were selected for the two master bathrooms. Nest e Delight: the former characterized by a series of triangles and hexagons that allowed the designer to invent new aesthetic paradigms; the latter, thanks to the marble effect with incredible realism, is able to give the room an allure of luxury and seduction, juxtaposing the whiteness of white veined with the depth of black marquina.

The contribution of Cotto d’Este

For more than 25 years Cotto d’Este produces porcelain stoneware wall and floor tiles of the highest level, targeting the high-end market and becoming the preferred interlocutor of architects and designers who increasingly choose its creations for their prestigious achievements, which also possess the most important international certifications.

Cotto d’Este’s surfaces sign the service bathroom, embellished by the wall tiles of Wonderwall, Cotto d’Este’s exclusive design interpreted in Kerlite slabs, and the wallpaper decorations, in the Color Ballet decor, starring an elegant ballerina captured in a moment of extreme gracefulness.

In the living room and terrace, on the other hand, in perfect continuity between the outside and the inside, we find the collection X Beton, which is inspired by rolled concrete, in an elegant light gray that blends well into the context for an exercise in space cleanliness that does not give up a personal stamp of style and character.


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