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Simplicity and carefully designed details in the restyling of Hotel Miramonti at Forte dei Marmi
In the elegant, contemporary interiors of the Hotel Miramonti, restyled by Michele Vitaloni of Charmitaliastudio, the materials provided the unifying theme in the architectural project, especially the use of the Grande Marble Look collection.
Soft colours, light and decor with a Mediterranean style
In the heart of Sorrento, Maison Marie reflects the traditional style of local 20th-century houses. The entire project’s standout feature is Crogiolo D_Segni Scaglie stoneware, which gives the rooms a strong decorative character and sophisticated touch, in harmony with the architecture
Nature and relaxation: a villa immersed in the landscape
Villa Leonida, designed by architect Giuseppe Passaro of GPaSTUDIO, is a house surrounded by nature with no visual barriers, creating a sense of continuity between the local materials and those of the building. This is partly thanks to porcelain stoneware from the Mystone and Grande collections, which are used to clad the facade
Like a relief in the hillside
The villa designed by Storm Studio blends into the Tuscan countryside. The floor plan follows the topography of the site and the materials reflect its distinctive colours, while the design offers a contemporary interpretation of local tradition.
In a historical village, between a castle and an orchard
In Mora de Rubielos, in the Spanish region of Aragon, architect Raul Garcia has designed a four-storey detached house with rustic charm and tasteful interiors, featuring large windows that offer a unique view of the medieval fortress and verdant surroundings. Wood-look stoneware coverings from the Treverkhome collection highlight the continuity between domestic environments and buildings from different historical periods.
Urban regeneration in villages and suburbs
Due to the proximity of Italy’s small villages to its cities, the country has the potential to become a model of interconnected cities, rather than metropolises. This could have a significant economic impact, especially for the construction sector. The opinion of Manfredi Catella, CEO of Coima, and two case studies.
The perfect fusion of indoors and outdoors? Here is how it can be achieved
How to create a winter garden using large windows and seamless coverings
A new location for the company’s history
The Amaro Lucano Museum in Pisticci, in the province of Matera, is the new home of this brand, a symbol of Italian style around the world.
A villa in the Mediterranean shrubland
A holiday home on the island of Krk, Croatia, for intimate living. Designed by Ivana Babić with privacy and comfort in mind. Not to mention practicality: porcelain stoneware has been extensively used for indoor and outdoor coverings in the home to combine design and practicality.
Open-air living in indoor and outdoor spaces
The “All’Aperto” exhibition showcased en plein air living and the design transformation of outdoor materials and furniture. DWA Studio, which designed the installation in the cloisters of San Simpliciano in Milan, discusses the project.
Mystone Travertino, giving new life to history
The stone the ancient Romans called Lapis Tiburtinus was one of their favourite building materials: travertine, used to construct the Flavian Amphitheatre, known to us as the Colosseum and, many centuries later, the Colonnade of St Peter’s Square.