Project: Architetto Alessio Viviani
Facade: Oxide, Moro
Cladding and Door: Oxide, Moro
Is it possible to create a home entirely from Laminam?
This recently completed private residence in the Florence hills is proof that Laminam slabs can truly be used as a unique surface with which to functionally decorate and clad any space. Not only for large-scale and public spaces then, large sized Laminam slabs can be easily used thanks to its aesthetic qualities, which satisfy the tastes and imagination of any designer or interior designer, and particularly thanks to its simple maintenance and extreme durability.
Laminam slabs that reproduce stone, marble and wood present in nature, textured effects, concrete, plaster, oxides or three-dimensional, making surface aesthetics a plus that complete the technical performance of Laminam products. Scratch-proof, stain-resistant, hygienic, resistant to heat, cold and damp, the slabs are easily cleaned and do not lose their chromatic characteristics, not even when exposed to the sun’s rays and atmospheric agents.
Immersed in the lush green of the Tuscan hills, this private home in the province of Florence combines a traditional structure with modern solutions, used to clad part of the façade and the external doors. Oxide, selected with the Moro finish, is used for the exterior, showcasing the surface three-dimensionality that this oxidised metal-effect texture offers when it reacts to sunlight.