The “G. Pasquinucci” Ospedale del Cuore Hospital in Massa Carrara is a highly specialised centre entirely oriented to the diagnosis, cure and treatment of cardiovascular diseases and represents a structure of absolute excellence in the national public health panorama. Recently, the Hospital has been at the centre of an investment of about 17.7 million euro, which has made it possible to expand the spaces of the structure by 3,149 square metres, to create six new cardiac surgery and interventional cardiology rooms, equipped with cutting-edge equipment.
Cotto d’Este contributed to the project through the supply of ceramic material for the ventilated façades. The collection used is Limestone, which is inspired by the beauty coming from the seabed, in the Kerlite 5plus version, a universal surface for architecture: thin, resistant with an exclusive fiberglass reinforcement, versatile and easy to use, it is an extraordinary result in terms of beauty and charm in spaces and architectural projects.
The designers opted for a combination of the different colours and sizes available, making the most of the large, ultra-thin slabs in large size.
The Amber colour, in its natural finish and with different sizes (300x100 and 100x100 and 100x86.5 cm), frames the tetris created by the combination of Oyster and Clay colours, both with naturale finish with an overall effect of great dynamism and lightness.