Cotto d’Este ceramic surfaces have greatly contributed to the overall appearance of the flat. The Pietra d’Iseo
collection was used for the living room floor, as well as the bathroom floor and wall tiles, conveying a sense of dynamism thanks to its irregular pattern and tone-on-tone greys. This is the typical Lombard construction stone – Ceppo di Grè – found in the buildings, villas and monuments of Milan and other cities: its hallmark is its ability to customize spaces in a bold, yet elegant manner. For the bedroom area, the wood effect from the Woodland
line was chosen to match the ceiling wood. The veining and colours of oak – chosen in the Arden
variant – with sometimes subtle and sometimes pronounced streaking effects have created a warm and sophisticated atmosphere. Both Pietra d’Iseo and Woodland are part of the PROTECT®
line: high-performance antibacterial floor and wall tiles for safe and secure living.