A selection of projects using Marazzi ceramic and stoneware tiles
Grande Marble Look Ghiara Palladiana is the linking interior design feature of all the rooms of Estonian locale Päris, which includes a delicatessen, bakery and restaurant and has opened on the ground floor of the new Skyon skyscraper in Tallinn. The location reflects the love of contrasts of designer and artist Marit Ilison, expressed through the choice of vintage and contemporary materials and objects. The interior designer selected The Top Marble Look Sodalite Blu slabs to cover the toilets and “evoke the way lights are reflected on the sea at midnight”
A villa with contemporary design that reflects an open-air, environmentally-aware lifestyle. Lavish use of porcelain stoneware to create indoor-outdoor continuity
Junyent Smile Clinic
Overturning preconceptions, in this dental clinic in Catalonia the Franquet Barran architecture firm restyled the interiors to convey a mood of calm and wellbeing to patients and to create a distinctive, elegant yet accessible space, aided by original use of Art porcelain stoneware with its Venetian Seminato effect
SA Architecture has restyled the interior of the HD8 Hotel, across from the Stazione Centrale in Milan, with a design approach that embraces elegance, luxury and the rational subdivision of spaces. The Marazzi materials used in the renovation play a large, decisive role, from the small Crogiolo Lume tiles up to the slabs of the Grande collection.
In Milan, the renovation of an old hotel commissioned from SA Architecture is in a strikingly simple style with a strong metropolitan identity: a contemporary location that still recalls the original 20thC interior designs
An architectural renovation project for a ‘50s villa in the centre of Rovigo. To improve the building’s appearance and configuration, the architects chose Marazzi porcelain stoneware in two variants: the elegant marble effect of the Grande Marble Look collection and the hard-wearing, minimalist Mystone Limestone.
ATO Asian Experience & Garden
ATO Asian Experience & Garden, a Japanese restaurant in Varese, is a project by sgsm studio where colours and materials, interplays of pale and dark, and light and reflections are beautifully interpreted by the Marazzi marble and stone-effect collections.
In the luxury Altamira 107 project in the district of Caracas of the same name, the architects chose Marazzi collections for their textures and colours, which highlight the buildings’ architectural forms, and above all for stoneware’s reliability and technical performances, essential specifications for use in zones with tropical climates.
The fundamental feature of the project for the renovation of the Casa Bona home is the juxtaposition of the stylistic lines of the existing rural building with innovative construction features, such as Mystone Limestone stone-effect porcelain stoneware, which fits attractively into the context.